Re: Trying to figure out at, atrun, atd, and friends.
On 21 Jan 1998, Rob Browning wrote:
> Dale Scheetz <email@example.com> writes:
> > More to the point, there is not indication of how to write a "job" entry,
> > nor is there any clear indication of how at interfaces with cron, although
> > there is every indication that the two are intimately connected.
> They used to be. As I recall, in the past, at tasks were handled by a
> regularly scheduled (every minute?) cron task. That's no longer the
> case. There's now an at daemon, atd, that handles at tasks.
Thanks, I took Tim's template and have been "making it work". This
explains why the /var/spool/... locations are different for the atd
schedules and the cron equivalents.
I assume that init gets the atd daemon started?
After creating a "job", which reported it to be job #1. The at -c <job>
command becomes clear at this point, dispite the lack of docs.
Thanks again for all the good pointers,
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