[-V] [-q queue] [-f file] [-mldbv] TIME
-c job [job…]
[-V] [-q queue] [-v]
[-V] job [job…]
[-V] [-q queue] [-f file] [-mv] [TIME]
The at command suite (at, atq, atrm, batch) is a utility for executing commands at a later time. More than one command may be scheduled for execution at a time. A set of scheduled commands is called a queue.
|at||Execute commands at a specified time.|
|atq||List the current user's queued jobs. (If superuser, list all jobs.)|
|atrm||Delete jobs from the queue.|
|batch||Run only the commands when the system load levels permit.|
Specifying a Time
There are three ways to specify a time: Absolute, Relative, or Verbal.
|Absolute:||MM/DD/YY or DD.MM.YY or MMDDYY (with or without HH:MM)|
|Relative:||<some absolute ...|