kdestroy(1)kdestroy(1)NAMEkdestroy - Destroys valid or nonvalid Kerberos tickets and removes the
/krb5/bin/kdestroy [-c cachename]
Specifies the location of the Kerberos credentials cache file other
than the default, which is /krb5/tmp/cc/krb5cc_ uid (where uid repre‐
sents your user identification retrieved from the password file),
unless the CSFC5CCNAME environment variable is set to an alternate
The kdestroy command writes zeros to the credentials cache (which
destroys any active Kerberos tickets) and then removes the cache file.
To destroy the default Kerberos credentials cache file, enter:
# kdestroy To destroy all Kerberos tickets in the cache called
# kdestroy-c /var/tmp/mycache
Default Kerberos credentials cache file.
Commands: kinit(1), klist(1), ktutil(1)kdestroy(1)