Locks the root password for some or all virtual systems using SSH keys.
This command locks the root password for some or all virtual systems that Cloudmin is using an SSH key to login to. This will prevent password-based SSH logins, while still allowing access via any SSH keys that have been setup.
It can be used if you have created virtual systems from an image without setting a password, in which case the default password may still be set. This is a potential security risk, so the root password should be locked on any such systems, unless it has already been changed manually.
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Locks the root password for some or all virtual systems using SSH keys cloudmin lock-system [--all-hosts] [--host name]* [--group name]* [--type real|kvm|gce|this]* [--os oscode]* [--owner name]* [--status status-code|"up"|"wm"|"bad"] [--host-on name]