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Schedule jobs

Can anyone help regarding the at jobs. I know how to submit and list the jobs.
When you run the command at -l
it lists all the job id that are to be run. I would like to know what file are running during that time.

RE: Schedule jobs


Peruse the /var/spool/cron/atjobs directory, this is where all at jobs sit cat each job you are interested in. At the bottom of the file is the script/commands that are executed.


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RE: Schedule jobs

Thank U for your guidances. Hope U can help me other thing,
I would like to know what all at jobs are suppose to run at what time.
Like here When I delete
at -r jobid
then all the jobs are deleted and created by itself. Is there any process that checks and creates the job by itself. Can anyone help me would be appreciated

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