11.15. jaas:userdel, userdel

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deletes a user from the JAAS realm being edited


jaas:userdel [ --help ] { username }


When editing a JAAS realm, the changes are buffered until the editing session is closed. When you delete a user using the jaas:useradd command, the change is stored in the buffer and does not take effect until the editing session is closed.
The jaas:update command saves the changes and closes the editing session.
The jaas:cancel command clears the buffer without saving the changes and closes the editing session.


Table 11.15, “jaas:userdel Arguments” describes the command's arguments.
Table 11.15. jaas:userdel Arguments
--helpDisplays the online help for this command.
--without-group-deletion or -wIf the user is the last one of this group, the group will not be deleted.
usernameSpecifies the name of the user to add.
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