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K5SRVUTIL(1)				   MIT Kerberos 			     K5SRVUTIL(1)

NAME
       k5srvutil - host key table (keytab) manipulation utility

SYNOPSIS
       k5srvutil operation [-i] [-f filename]

DESCRIPTION
       k5srvutil  allows  an administrator to list or change keys currently in a keytab or to add
       new keys to the keytab.

       operation must be one of the following:

       list   Lists the keys in a keytab showing version number and principal name.

       change Uses the kadmin protocol to update the keys in the Kerberos database  to	new  ran-
	      domly-generated keys, and updates the keys in the keytab to match.  If a key's ver-
	      sion number doesn't match the version number stored in the Kerberos server's  data-
	      base,  then  the	operation will fail.  Old keys are retained in the keytab so that
	      existing tickets continue to work.  If the -i flag is given, k5srvutil will  prompt
	      for  confirmation before changing each key.  If the -k option is given, the old and
	      new keys will be displayed.

       delold Deletes keys that are not the most recent version from the keytab.  This	operation
	      should  be used some time after a change operation to remove old keys, after exist-
	      ing tickets issued for the service have expired.	If the -i  flag  is  given,  then
	      k5srvutil will prompt for confirmation for each principal.

       delete Deletes particular keys in the keytab, interactively prompting for each key.

       In all cases, the default keytab is used unless this is overridden by the -f option.

       k5srvutil uses the kadmin(1) program to edit the keytab in place.

SEE ALSO
       kadmin(1), ktutil(1)

AUTHOR
       MIT

COPYRIGHT
       1985-2013, MIT

1.11.3										     K5SRVUTIL(1)
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