Linux at command

A useful utility for scheduling one-off tasks.

atq = view scheduled jobs

at -c 7 = show command to be run in job number 7

atrm 7 = delete job number 7

at -m 08:50 2009-10-15 < updatejob = schedule a job to run the contents of updatejob or type: at -m 08:50 2009-10-15 then the command on the next line, i.e: yum clean all && yum -y update && shutdown -r now then ctrl-D to submit the job

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