Continental Innovates with Rancher and Kubernetes
Available as of v1.5
In RancherOS, you can set rancher.password as a kernel parameter and auto-login to be enabled, but there may be some cases where we want to disable both of these options. Both of these options can be disabled in the cloud-config or as part of a ros command.
If RancherOS has already been started, you can use ros config set to update that you want to disable
ros config set
# Disabling the `rancher.password` kernel parameter
$ sudo ros config set rancher.disable ["password"]
# Disabling the `autologin` ability
$ sudo ros config set rancher.disable ["autologin"]
Alternatively, you can set it up in your cloud-config so it’s automatically disabled when you boot RancherOS.