path: root/testing/cloud-init/cloud.cfg
blob: a526cdb5e23be4f7dd79bced75681c575acdde74 (plain) (tree)


# The top level settings are used as module
# and system configuration.

# A set of users which may be applied and/or used by various modules
# when a 'default' entry is found it will reference the 'default_user'
# from the distro configuration specified below
   - default

# If this is set, 'root' will not be able to ssh in and they 
# will get a message to login instead as the above $user (ubuntu)
disable_root: true
ssh_pwauth:   false

# This will cause the set+update hostname module to not operate (if true)
# preserve_hostname: false

syslog_fix_perms: root:root

ssh_deletekeys: false

 - seed_random
 - bootcmd
 - write-files
 - growpart
 - resizefs
 - set_hostname
 - update_hostname
 - update_etc_hosts
 - ca-certs
 - users-groups
 - ssh

 - disk_setup
 - mounts
 - ssh-import-id
 - set-passwords
 - timezone
 - puppet
 - chef
 - salt-minion
 - mcollective
 - disable-ec2-metadata
 - runcmd

 - scripts-vendor
 - scripts-per-once
 - scripts-per-boot
 - scripts-per-instance
 - scripts-user
 - ssh-authkey-fingerprints
 - keys-to-console
 - phone-home
 - final-message
 - power-state-change

# System and/or distro specific settings
# (not accessible to handlers/transforms)
   # This will affect which distro class gets used
   distro: alpine
   # Default user name + that default users groups (if added/used)
     name: alpine
     gecos: Alpine
     sudo: ["ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL"]
     shell: /bin/bash
     lock_passwd: false
   # Other config here will be given to the distro class and/or path classes
      cloud_dir: /var/lib/cloud/
      templates_dir: /etc/cloud/templates/