shell command: If you do:
drebs shell some_config you will end up at a shell with
@drebs defined and you will be able to access
@drebs.cloud. If you set
@drebs.cloud to be an instance of TestCloud from the test suite you should be able to execute various functions without actually hitting AWS and so work from your dev box.
Due to the nature of drebs being designed to be run from an ec2 you will need to be on your ec2 instance to test many of the AWS interactions.
You should be able to verify data on a snapshot by creating an ebs volume from the snapshot, attaching the volume to your instance and then mounting its file system on some mount point - aws docs on using volumes
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