keyctl_invalidate() invalidates a key. The key is scheduled for
immediate removal from all the keyrings that point to it, after which
it will be deleted. The key will be ignored by all searches once
this function is called even if it is not yet fully dealt with.
The caller must have search permission on a key to be able to
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Linux 29 Aug 2013 KEYCTL_INVALIDATE(3)