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RancherOS

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The smallest, easiest way to run Docker in production at scale. Everything in RancherOS is a container managed by Docker. This includes system services such as udev and rsyslog. RancherOS includes only the bare minimum amount of software needed to run Docker. This keeps the binary download of RancherOS very small. Everything else can be pulled in dynamically through Docker.

How this works

Everything in RancherOS is a Docker container. We accomplish this by launching two instances of Docker. One is what we call the system Docker which runs as the first process. System Docker then launches a container that runs the user Docker. The user Docker is then the instance that gets primarily used to create containers. We created this separation because it seemed logical and also it would really be bad if somebody did docker rm -f $(docker ps -qa) and deleted the entire OS.

How it works

Release

  • v1.5.4 - Docker 18.09.08 - Linux 4.14.138

ISO

Special docker-machine Links

Additional Downloads

AMD64 Links

ARM64 Links

Cloud Links

VMware Links

Hyper-V Links

Proxmox VE Links

4G-LTE Links

Note:

  1. you can use http instead of https in the above URLs, e.g. for iPXE.
  2. you can use latest instead of v1.5.4 in the above URLs if you want to get the latest version.

Amazon

SSH keys are added to the rancher user, so you must log in using the rancher user.

HVM

Region Type AMI
eu-north-1 HVM ami-008be767228de6683
ap-south-1 HVM ami-06d0903ccdd125c0c
eu-west-3 HVM ami-0cbb2f6862669fe62
eu-west-2 HVM ami-0d5ce579aeef247e6
eu-west-1 HVM ami-0f48831932827ad91
ap-northeast-2 HVM ami-0fcc552e7ee5cb04c
ap-northeast-1 HVM ami-082e73823959a006f
sa-east-1 HVM ami-0613568e5abe888e8
ca-central-1 HVM ami-0fe07f3c02d7e1b73
ap-southeast-1 HVM ami-0dc36da6fc839e3b4
ap-southeast-2 HVM ami-0d1e30aed40a09e7a
eu-central-1 HVM ami-0079d316193c1c1f2
us-east-1 HVM ami-03383c16defb1ed02
us-east-2 HVM ami-0ebe6ed6e656d9aa9
us-west-1 HVM ami-09b8160a9edaeb22a
us-west-2 HVM ami-0d554a1dd1d4ed527
cn-north-1 HVM ami-025d9b43810675e5f
cn-northwest-1 HVM ami-00be191a22f30767e

Additionally, images are available with support for Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) here.

Azure

You can get RancherOS in the Azure Marketplace, currently only the rancher user can be logged in through SSH keys.

Documentation for RancherOS

Please refer to our RancherOS Documentation website to read all about RancherOS. It has detailed information on how RancherOS works, getting-started and other details.

Support, Discussion, and Community

If you need any help with RancherOS or Rancher, please join us at either our Rancher forums or #rancher IRC channel where most of our team hangs out at.

For security issues, please email [email protected] instead of posting a public issue in GitHub. You may (but are not required to) use the GPG key located on Keybase.

Please submit any RancherOS bugs, issues, and feature requests to rancher/os.

Please submit any Rancher bugs, issues, and feature requests to rancher/rancher.

License

Copyright (c) 2014-2019 Rancher Labs, Inc.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.