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    Command:

    klist

    
               [-5 | --v5] [-v | --verbose] [-l | --list-caches] [-f] [--version]
               [--help]
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

         klist reads and displays the current tickets in the credential cache
         (also known as the ticket file).
    
         Options supported:
    
         -c cache, --cache=cache
                 credential cache to list
    
         -s, -t, --test
                 Test for there being an active and valid TGT for the local realm
                 of the user in the credential cache.
    
         -T, --tokens
                 display AFS tokens
    
         -5, --v5
                 display v5 cred cache (this is the default)
    
         -f      Include ticket flags in short form, each character stands for a
                 specific flag, as follows:
                       F    forwardable
                       f    forwarded
                       P    proxiable
                       p    proxied
                       D    postdate-able
                       d    postdated
                       R    renewable
                       I    initial
                       i    invalid
                       A    pre-authenticated
                       H    hardware authenticated
    
                 This information is also output with the --verbose option, but in
                 a more verbose way.
    
         -v, --verbose
                 Verbose output. Include all possible information:
    
                       Server
                             the principal the ticket is for
    
                       Ticket etype
                             the encryption type used in the ticket, followed by
                             the key version of the ticket, if it is available
    
                       Session key
                             the encryption type of the session key, if it's dif-
                             ferent from the encryption type of the ticket
                             from this one
    
                       Ticket flags
                             the flags set on the ticket
    
                       Addresses
                             the set of addresses from which this ticket is valid
    
         -l, --list-caches
                 List the credential caches for the current users, not all cache
                 types supports listing multiple caches.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

         kdestroy(1), kinit(1)
    
    
    

    HEIMDAL October 6, 2005 HEIMDAL

    
    
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