This is documentation for MapR Version 5.0. You can also refer to MapR documentation for the latest release.

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Disabling Cached Tokens

After a client authenticates to Oozie, the authentication token received by the client is cached in the user’s home directory in the .oozie-auth-token file. As long as the cached token remains valid, future authentication requests from the same client use that token and succeed, even if the client’s Kerberos or MapR credentials have expired or have been revoked. You can disable use of the cache file by using the oozie command-line interface with the -Doozie.auth.token.cache=false= option.