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At and batch read commands from standard input or from a specified file. At allows you to specify that a command will be run at a particular time. Batch will execute commands when the system load levels drop to a particular level. Both commands use user's shell. You should install the at package if you need a utility for time-oriented job control. Note: If it is a recurring job that will need to be repeated at the same time every day/week, etc. you should use crontab instead.

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sharkcz's at-3.1.16-6.fc23 tagged into f23 by sharkcz (s390)

Details 3 days ago - 2015-07-03 01:59:33

sharkcz's at-3.1.16-6.fc23 completed (s390)

Details 3 days ago - 2015-07-03 01:59:12

sharkcz's at-3.1.16-6.fc23 started building (s390)

Details 3 days ago - 2015-07-03 01:57:28


karsten's at-3.1.16-6.fc23 tagged into f23 by karsten (ppc)

Details 8 days ago - 2015-06-28 14:36:23

karsten's at-3.1.16-6.fc23 completed (ppc)

Details 8 days ago - 2015-06-28 14:34:47

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