D.55. tarantella passcache delete

Deletes entries in the application server password cache.

Note

You can also use this command to delete the decision to always use a smart card to authenticate to an application server.

Syntax

tarantella passcache delete { [--person pobj | --anon | --ldap ]
                              [ --resource resource ]
                            } | --file file

Description

The following table shows the available options for this command.

Option

Description

--person

Specifies the name of the user profile object to delete the password cache entry for.

--anon

Removes the password cache entry for all anonymous users.

--ldap

Deletes the password cache entry for a service object.

--resource

Specifies the name of the application server, Microsoft Windows domain, or service object that the password cache entry applies to.

The name can be one of the following:

--file

Specifies a file containing password cache entries to delete.

If neither --person, --anon, nor --ldap is specified, all password cache entries for the specified resource are deleted.

If --resource is not specified, all the password cache entries for the person, or anonymous user, are deleted.

Note

Make sure you quote any object names containing spaces, for example, "o=Example".

Examples

The following example deletes all password cache entries for the user Indigo Jones.

$ tarantella passcache delete \
--person "o=Example/cn=Indigo Jones"

The following example deletes all password cache entries for anonymous users on the application server prague.example.com.

$ tarantella passcache delete \
--anon --resource .../_dns/prague.example.com

The following example deletes the password cache entry for the east service object.

$ tarantella passcache delete \
--ldap --resource east