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Request that the NETCONF server terminate another CLI or NETCONF session. The usual reason to emit this tag is that the user or application for the other session holds a lock on the candidate configuration, preventing the client application from locking the configuration itself.

The client application must have the Junos OS maintenance permission to perform this operation.

<session-id>Process identifier (PID) of the entity conducting the session to terminate. The PID is reported in the <rpc-error> tag element that the NETCONF server generates when it cannot lock a configuration as requested.

Starting in Junos OS Release 19.1R1, if the session identifier is equal to the current session ID, the values of the <error-type> and <error-tag> elements in the resulting <rpc-error> are application and invalid-value, respectively. In earlier releases, the <error-type> and <error-tag> values are protocol and operation-failed.