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 kdestroy(1m)		  Open Software Foundation		kdestroy(1m)




 NAME
      kdestroy - Destroys a principal's login context and associated
      credentials

 SYNOPSIS
      kdestroy [-c cache_name] [-e exp_period]


 OPTIONS
      -c cache_name
		  Specifies that the login context and associated
		  credentials for cache_name should be destroyed instead of
		  the default cache.

      -e exp_period
		  Removes credentials that have been expired for a period of
		  time longer than the period of time specified by
		  exp_period.


 DESCRIPTION
      The kdestroy command destroys a principal's login context and the
      principal's credentials. Until the credentials are reestablished by
      either executing the dce_login command or the kinit command,  the
      principal and any processes created by the principal will be limited
      to unauthenticated access.

      Specify the expiration period in the following format:

      {num{interval}}...


      where:


      num	A number that specifies the number of interval

      interval	A designator of the time period for num. interval can be any
		of the following:


		  +  w - weeks

		  +  d - days

		  +  h - hours (default)

		  +  m - minutes

		  +  s - seconds




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 kdestroy(1m)		  Open Software Foundation		kdestroy(1m)




      For example, to destroy credentials that have been expired more than 5
      days and 10 hours, the entry would be 5d10h.

 FILES
      /tmp/krb5cc_[unix_id]
			  If the KRB5CCNAME environment variable is set, the
			  default credentials cache.  ([unix_id] is the
			  decimal UNIX ID of the user.)


 NOTE
      kdestroy provided under "/usr/bin" is part of Kerberos V5 client
      product.	For DCE operations use "/opt/dce/bin/kdestroy".


 RELATED INFORMATION
      Commands: klist(1m), kinit(1m).





































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