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       kvno - print key version numbers of Kerberos principals


       kvno  [-c  ccache]  [-e  etype]  [-q]  [-h]  [-P]  [-S sname] [-U for_user] [--u2u ccache]
       service1 service2 ...


       kvno acquires a service ticket for the specified Kerberos principals and  prints  out  the
       key version numbers of each.


       -c ccache
              Specifies the name of a credentials cache to use (if not the default)

       -e etype
              Specifies  the  enctype  which  will  be  requested  for the session key of all the
              services  named  on  the  command  line.   This  is  useful  in  certain   backward
              compatibility situations.

       -q     Suppress  printing output when successful.  If a service ticket cannot be obtained,
              an error message will still be printed and kvno will exit with nonzero status.

       -h     Prints a usage statement and exits.

       -P     Specifies that the service1 service2 ...  arguments are to be treated  as  services
              for which credentials should be acquired using constrained delegation.  This option
              is only valid when used in conjunction with protocol transition.

       -S sname
              Specifies that the service1 service2 ... arguments are  interpreted  as  hostnames,
              and  the  service  principals  are  to  be constructed from those hostnames and the
              service name sname.  The service hostnames will be canonicalized according  to  the
              usual rules for constructing service principals.

       -U for_user
              Specifies  that protocol transition (S4U2Self) is to be used to acquire a ticket on
              behalf of for_user.  If constrained delegation is not requested, the  service  name
              must match the credentials cache client principal.

       --u2u ccache
              Requests  a user-to-user ticket.  ccache must contain a local krbtgt ticket for the
              server principal.  The  reported  version  number  will  typically  be  0,  as  the
              resulting ticket is not encrypted in the server's long-term key.


       See kerberos(7) for a description of Kerberos environment variables.


              Default location of the credentials cache


       kinit(1), kdestroy(1), kerberos(7)




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