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lemonldap-ng-sessions.1p - Man Page

Scripting CLI for LemonLDAP::NG sessions

Synopsis

  lemonldap-ng-sessions [<options>] <command> [<arguments> ...]

Description

Commands:

"get": get one or several session from known IDs

"search": search for sessions

"delete": delete existing sessions

"setKey": add/change key in existing session

"delKey": delete key from existing session

"secondfactors": manage second factors

"consents": manage OIDC user consents

Options:

--help: Show full help

--select: Select which fields to print

--backend: Specify session backend

--persistent:Search in persistent sessions

--where: Set search filter (search/delete only)

--id-only: Only return IDs (search only)

--user: Change user running the script

--group: Change group running the script

--hash: When "hashed session storage" is in use, indicates that the given session ID is the original value (cookie value)

Commands

get

    lemonldap-ng-sessions get <id> [<id> ...]

This command lets you read the content of a session.

You must pass one or several session IDs as parameters.

Examples

        lemonldap-ng-sessions get 9684dd2a6489bf2be2fbdd799a8028e3

        lemonldap-ng-sessions get --persistent dwho

search

    lemonldap-ng-sessions search [<options>]

This command lets you search for sessions.

It can be used to find the session IDs that other commands need.

You can restrict the search with options. See "Options"

Examples

        lemonldap-ng-sessions search

        lemonldap-ng-sessions search --backend persistent

        lemonldap-ng-sessions search --where uid=dwho

        lemonldap-ng-sessions search --where uid=dwho \
                --id-only

        lemonldap-ng-sessions search --backend persistent \
                --where _session_uid=dwho

        lemonldap-ng-sessions search --where uid=dwho \
                --select authenticationLevel

    lemonldap-ng-sessions search --where '_startTime>20240410063538'
    lemonldap-ng-sessions search --where '_startTime<20240410063538'

delete

    lemonldap-ng-sessions delete <id> [<id> ...]
    lemonldap-ng-sessions delete --where <filter>

This command lets you delete sessions.

You may give it one or several session IDs to remove.

Examples:

        lemonldap-ng-sessions delete 9684dd2a6489bf2be2fbdd799a8028e3

        lemonldap-ng-sessions delete --persistent dwho

Or you can give it a search expression.

Examples:

        lemonldap-ng-sessions delete --where uid=dwho

        lemonldap-ng-sessions delete --persistent --where _session_uid=dwho

setKey

    lemonldap-ng-sessions setKey <id> <key> <value> [<key> <value> ...]

This command allows you to modify one or several keys from an existing session.

Examples:

        lemonldap-ng-sessions setKey 9684dd2a6489bf2be2fbdd799a8028e3 \
                authenticationLevel 1

delKey

    lemonldap-ng-sessions delKey <id> <key> [<key> ...]

This command lets you remove a key from an existing session.

You must specify a session ID, and one of several session keys to remove.

Examples:

        lemonldap-ng-sessions delKey --persistent dwho _oidcConsents

secondfactors

    lemonldap-ng-sessions secondfactors <command> <user> [<id> ... ]

Commands:

get <user>

show all second factors for a user

delete <user> <id> [<id> ...]

delete second factors for a user. The ID must match one of the IDs returned by the "show" command.

delType [<user>|--all] <type> [<type> ...]

delete all second factors of a given type for a user

migrateu2f [<user>|--all]

migrate U2F device registrations to WebAuthn device registrations

consents

    lemonldap-ng-sessions consents <command> <user> [<id> ... ]

Commands:

    get <user>
        show all OIDC consents for a user
    delete <user> <id> [<id> ...]
        delete OIDC consents for a user

Options

--select,-s

Lets you select which fields to output in the JSON result.

This option can be set multiple times

--where,-w

This option lets you filter your session search according to a filter.

For now, only one filter can be set.

Examples:

        --search uid=dwho
        --search _sessionType=OIDC
    --search '_startTime>20240410063538'
    --search '_startTime<20240410063538'
--backend,-b

This option lets you specify which session backend to use.

You only need it when you configured multiple session backends in your LemonLDAP::NG installation (for Persistent, SAML, CAS or OIDC sessions)

Examples:

        --backend persistent
        --backend saml
        --backend oidc
        --backend cas
--persistent,-p

This option is a shortcut for specifying --backend persistent and using the UID hash as a session ID

Example:

        lemonldap-ng-sessions --backend persistent \
                get 5efe8af397fc3577e05b483aca964f1b

is the same as

        lemonldap-ng-sessions get --persistent dwho
--id-only,-i

This option replaces the standard JSON output format with a simpler format of one session ID per line.

This allows some interesting combos using xargs. For example, if you want to remove all sessions started by "dwho"

        lemonldap-ng-sessions search --where uid=dwho --id-only | \
                xargs lemonldap-ng-sessions delete
--user,-u

This option forces the system user that runs the script.

--group,-g

This option forces the system group that runs the script.

--hash,  -c

When the session storage is protected by hashed session storage <https://lemonldap-ng.org/documentation/latest/security.html#configure-security-settings>, this option indicates that the given session is the original value (cookie value)

See Also

<http://lemonldap-ng.org/>

Authors

Maxime Besson, <maxime.besson@worteks.com>

Bug Report

Use OW2 system to report bug or ask for features: <https://gitlab.ow2.org/lemonldap-ng/lemonldap-ng/issues>

Info

2024-04-30 perl v5.38.2 User Contributed Perl Documentation