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       klist allows the user to view entries in the local creden­
       tials cache and key table.


       klist [ commands ]


       klist  displays the entries in the local credentials cache
       and key table. After the user has modified the credentials
       cache  with  kinit  or  modified the keytab with ktab, the
       only way to verify the changes is to view the contents  of
       the  credentials  cache  and/or keytab using klist.  klist
       does not change the Kerberos database.


       klist [ -c [-fe]] [ -k [-tK]] [ <name>] [ -help ]

       -c     Specifies that the credential cache entries are  to
              be listed.

       -k     Specifies  that  the  key  tab  entries  are  to be

              Specifies the credential cache name or  the  keytab
              name.  If  the name is not specified default values
              for cache name and the keytab are used. The default
              values  for  the cache and the keytab are specified
              in the man page for kinit.

       If the -c option  is  specified  (options  for  credential

       -f     Shows credentials flags.

       -e     Shows the encryption type.

       If  the  -k  option  is  specified  (options available for

       -t     Shows keytab entry timestamps.

       -K     Shows keytab entry DES keys.

       -help  Displays instructions.


       List entries in the keytable  specified  including  keytab
       entry timestamps and DES keys:

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