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     klist - list currently held Kerberos tickets

     /usr/bin/klist [-e]
         [ [-c] [-f] [-s] [-a [-n]] [cache_name]]
         [-k [-t] [-K] [keytab_file]]

     The klist utility prints the name of the credentials  cache,
     the  identity  of the principal that the tickets are for (as
     listed in the ticket file), and the principal names  of  all
     Kerberos  tickets currently held by the user, along with the
     issue and expiration time for each authenticator.  Principal
     names  are  listed in the form name/instance@realm, with the
     '/' omitted if the instance is not  included,  and  the  '@'
     omitted if the realm is  not included.

     If  cache_file  or  keytab_name  is  not  specified,   klist
     displays the credentials in the default credentials cache or
     keytab files as appropriate.  By  default,  your  ticket  is
     stored in the file /tmp/krb5cc_uid, where uid is the current
     user-ID of the user.

     The following options are supported:

     -a                  Displays list of  addresses  in  creden-
                         tials.  Uses  the configured nameservice
                         to translate numeric  network  addresses
                         to the associated hostname if possible.

     -c [cache_name]     Lists  tickets  held  in  a  credentials
                         cache. This is the default if neither -c
                         nor -k is specified.

     -e                  Displays the  encryption  types  of  the
                         session  key  and  the  ticket  for each
                         credential in the credential  cache,  or
                         each key in the keytab file.

     -f                  Shows the flags present in  the  creden-
                         tials,  using  the  following  abbrevia-

                         a    Anonymous

                         A    Pre-authenticated

                         d    Post-dated

                         D    Post-dateable

                         f    Forwarded

                         F    Forwardable

                         H    Hardware authenticated

                         i    Invalid

                         I    Initial

                         O    Okay as delegate

                         p    Proxy

                         P    Proxiable

                         R    Renewable

                         T    Transit policy checked

     -k [keytab_file]    List keys held in a keytab file.

     -K                  Displays the value of the encryption key
                         in each keytab entry in the keytab file.

     -n                  Shows numeric IP  addresses  instead  of
                         reverse-resolving  addresses. Only valid
                         with -a option.

     -s                  Causes klist to run silently (produce no
                         output),  but  to  still  set  the  exit
                         status according to whether it finds the
                         credentials  cache. The exit status is 0
                         if klist finds a credentials cache,  and
                         `1if  it does not, or if the local-realm
                         TGT has expired.

     -t                  Displays the time entry  timestamps  for
                         each keytab entry in the keytab file.

     klist uses the following environment variable:

     KRB5CCNAME    Location of the  credentials  (ticket)  cache.
                   See krb5envvar(5) for syntax and details.

     /tmp/krb5cc_uid          Default credentials cache  (uid  is
                              the decimal UID of the user).

     /etc/krb5/krb5.keytab    Default  location  for  the   local
                              host's keytab file.

     /etc/krb5/krb5.conf      Default  location  for  the   local
                              host's   configuration   file.  See

     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-

    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    | Availability                | SUNWkrbu                    |
    | Interface Stability         | See below.                  |

     The command arguments are Evolving. The  command  output  is

     kdestroy(1),    kinit(1),    krb5.conf(4),    attributes(5),
     krb5envvar(5), kerberos(5)

     When reading a file as a service key file, very little error
     checking is performed.

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