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One-time jobs using at and batch

One-time jobs using at and batch: Linux: Shells and Processes
One-time jobs using at and batch: Linux: Shells and Processes

Running a task one time is handled by the AT service. The AT can either run the task at a certain time or date or it can run the task when the CPU load average falls below a certain level. Either way, once the task has been run it's deleted from the job list. The AT service allows many different types of date formats like now +5 min.

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