Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 Administration Reference

--session (-m)

--session (-m) is an option to manage the sessions, or to display the current sessions. When specifying --runasdn , it must be the same as the DN for the super user in , or just ID for the top-level admin user.

The following example will display all sessions for a particular service host name,:

amadmin -u uid=amadmin,ou=people,dc=iplanet,dc=com 
-v  -w 12345678 -m

The following example will display a particular user’s session:

amadmin -u uid=amadmin,ou=people,dc=iplanet,dc=com -v 
 -w 12345678 -m username

You can terminate a session by entering the corresponding index number, or enter multiple index numbers (with spaces) to terminate multiple sessions.

While using the following option:

amadmin -m | --session servername pattern

The pattern may be a wildcard (*). If this pattern is using a wildcard (*), it has to be escaped with a meta character (\\) from the shell.