|PTS_QUIT(1)||AFS Command Reference||PTS_QUIT(1)|
pts_quit - Exit from pts interactive mode
[-cell] <cell name> [-noauth]
[-force] [-help] [-auth] [-encrypt]
[-config <config directory>]
pts q [-c] <cell name>
[-n] [-l] [-f] [-h]
[-a] [-e] [-co <config directory>]
The pts quit command exits from pts interactive mode. The command can be run from the command line or interactively, but on the command line it does nothing and is therefore of questionable utility.
Prior to OpenAFS 1.4.5 and OpenAFS 1.5.23, the pts quit command was only available on Unix or Linux and when OpenAFS was compiled with the supergroups option (disabled by default). As of OpenAFS 1.4.5 and 1.5.23, it is always available.
Although they have no effect, pts quit takes the following standard pts options:
- Use the calling user's tokens to communicate with the Protection Server. For more details, see pts(1).
- -cell <cell name>
- Names the cell in which to run the command. For more details, see pts(1).
- -config <config directory>
- Use an alternate config directory. For more details, see pts(1).
- Encrypts any communication with the Protection Server. For more details, see pts(1).
- Enables the command to continue executing as far as possible when errors or other problems occur, rather than halting execution at the first error.
- Prints the online help for this command. All other valid options are ignored.
- Constructs a server ticket using a key from the local /etc/openafs/server/KeyFile file. Do not combine this flag with the -cell or -noauth options. For more details, see pts(1).
- Assigns the unprivileged identity anonymous to the issuer. For more details, see pts(1).
This command produces no output.
Here is an example of a pts interactive session:
% pts interactive pts> quit %
Copyright 2007 Jason Edgecombe <email@example.com>
This documentation is covered by the BSD License as written in the doc/LICENSE file. This man page was written by Jason Edgecombe for OpenAFS.