Linux "atq" Command Line Options and Examples
queue, examine or delete jobs for later execution

at and batch read commands from standard input or a specified file which are to be executed at a later time, using /bin/sh. at executes commands at a specified time. atq lists the user's pending jobs, unless the user is the superuser; in that case, everybody's jobs are listed.


at [-V] [-q queue] [-f file] [-mMlv] timespec...
at [-V] [-q queue] [-f file] [-mMkv] [-t time]
at -c job [job...]
atq [-V] [-q queue]
at [-rd] job [job...]
atrm [-V] job [job...]
at -b

Command Line Options:

prints the version number to standard error and exit successfully.
atq -V ...
uses the specified queue. A queue designation consists of a single letter; valid queue designations range from a to z and Ato Z. The a queue is the default for at and the b queue for batch. Queues with higher letters run with increased niceness.The special queue "=" is reserved for jobs which are currently running.If a job is submitted to a queue designated with an uppercase letter, the job is treated as if it were submitted to batch at the timeof the job. Once the time is reached, the batch processing rules with respect to load average apply. If atq is given a specificqueue, it will only show jobs pending in that queue.
atq -q ...
Send mail to the user when the job has completed even if there was no output.
atq -m ...
Never send mail to the user.
atq -M ...
file Reads the job from file rather than standard input.
atq -f ...
given in the format [[CC]YY]MMDDhhmm[.ss]
atq -t ...
Is an alias for atq.
atq -l ...
Is an alias for atrm.
atq -r ...
Is an alias for atrm.
atq -d ...
is an alias for batch.
atq -b ...
Times displayed will be in the format "Thu Feb 20 14:50:00 1997".
atq -v ...
atq -c ...