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KLIST(1)		  BSD General Commands Manual		      KLIST(1)

     klist -- list Kerberos credentials

     klist [-c cache | --cache=cache] [-s | -t | --test] [-T | --tokens]
	   [-5 | --v5] [-v | --verbose]	[-l | --list-caches] [-f] [--version]

     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:

			 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

		   Auth	time
			 the time the authentication exchange took place

		   Start time
			 the time that this ticket is valid from (only printed
			 if it's different from	the auth time)

		   End time
			 when the ticket expires, if it	has already expired
			 this is also noted

		   Renew till
			 the maximum possible end time of any ticket derived
			 from this one

		   Ticket flags
			 the flags set on the ticket

			 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.

     kdestroy(1), kinit(1)

HEIMDAL				October	6, 2005			       HEIMDAL


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