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ipa-rmkeytab(1) 			 IPA Manual Pages			  ipa-rmkeytab(1)

       ipa-rmkeytab - Remove a kerberos principal from a keytab

       ipa-rmkeytab [ -p principal-name ] [ -k keytab-file ] [ -r realm ] [ -d ]

       Removes a kerberos principal from a keytab.

       Kerberos  keytabs  are used for services (like sshd) to perform kerberos authentication. A
       keytab is a file with one or more secrets (or keys) for a kerberos principal.

       A kerberos service principal is a kerberos identity that can be used  for  authentication.
       Service	principals  contain  the name of the service, the hostname of the server, and the
       realm name.

       ipa-rmkeytab provides two ways to remove principals.  A specific principal can be  removed
       or all principals for a given realm can be removed.

       All encryption types and versions of a principal are removed.

       The realm may be included when removing a specific principal but it is not required.

       NOTE:  removing	a principal from the keytab does not affect the Kerberos principal stored
       in the IPA server. It merely removes the entry from the local keytab.

       -p principal-name
	      The non-realm part of the full principal name.

       -k keytab-file
	      The keytab file to append the principal(s) from.

       -r realm
	      A realm to remove all principals for.

       -d     Debug mode. Additional information is displayed.

       Remove the NFS service principal on the host foo.example.com from /tmp/nfs.keytab.

	  # ipa-rmkeytab -p nfs/foo.example.com -k /tmp/nfs.keytab

       Remove the ldap service principal on the host foo.example.com from /etc/krb5.keytab.

	  # ipa-rmkeytab -p ldap/foo.example.com -k /etc/krb5.keytab

       Remove all principals for the realm EXAMPLE.COM.

	 # ipa-rmkeytab -r EXAMPLE.COM -k /etc/krb5.keytab

       The exit status is 0 on success, nonzero on error.

       1 Kerberos initialization failed

       2 Memory allocation error

       3 Unable to open keytab

       4 Unable to parse the principal name

       5 Principal name or realm not found in keytab

       6 Unable to remove principal from keytab

IPA					   Oct 30 2009				  ipa-rmkeytab(1)
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