Resetting Hue user password
The first user logging into Hue after its initial installation becomes the first superuser. Even if a user does not log into the Hue UI, the first security scan may log in creating an initial user and therefore resulting in an unknown username and password. You can change the password for a user if you know the username or you can create a new superuser user and then use it to log in to Hue and change the password for a user.
Sign in to the Hue server as the
rootuser and go to the Hue home directory.
If you know the user ID of the currently logged in user, then reset the
password by running the following command:
build/env/bin/hue changepassword [***USER-ID***] --cm-managedReplace the USER-ID with the actual ID of the user.
If you do not know the user ID of the user whose password you want to change,
then create a new Hue admin user by running the following command:
build/env/bin/hue createsuperuser --cm-managedAfter creating a new admin user, log in to Hue and reset the password for a given user ID.