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pagsh — creates a new credential cache sandbox
pagsh [-c command-string] [-h | --help] [--version] [--cache-type=string] command [args...]
Supported options: -c command-string Executes command(s) contained in command-string. --cache-type=string -h, --help --version pagsh creates a new credential cache sandbox for the user to live in. If AFS is installed on the computer, the user is put in a newly created Process Authentication Group (PAG). For Kerberos 5, the credential cache type that is used is the same as the credential cache type that was used at the time of pagsh invocation. The credential cache type can be controlled by the option --cache-type.
Create a new sandbox where new credentials can be used, while the old credentials can be used by other processes. $ klist Credentials cache: FILE:/tmp/krb5cc_913 Principal: lha@E.KTH.SE Issued Expires Principal Feb 12 10:08:31 Feb 12 20:06:36 krbtgt/E.KTH.SE@E.KTH.SE $ pagsh $ klist klist: No ticket file: /tmp/krb5cc_03014a