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at options1 time [date] [+ increment]
at options2 [jobs]

Execute commands entered on standard input at a specified time and optional date. (See also batch.) End input with EOF. time can be formed either as a numeric hour (with optional minutes and modifiers) or as a keyword. date can be formed either as a month and date, as a day of the week, or as a special keyword. increment is a positive integer followed by a keyword. See below for details.


-f file

Execute commands listed in file.


Send mail to user after job is completed.



Report all jobs that are scheduled for the invoking user or, if jobs are specified, report only for those. See also atq.


Remove specified jobs that were previously scheduled. To remove a job, you must be a privileged user or the owner of the job. Use -l first to see the list of scheduled jobs. See also atrm.


hh:mm [modifiers]

Hours can have one digit or two (a 24-hour clock is assumed by default); optional minutes can be given as one or two digits; the colon can be omitted if the format is h, hh, or hhmm; e.g., valid times are 5, 5:30, 0530, 19:45. If modifier am or pm is added, time is based on a 12-hour clock. If the keyword zulu is added, times correspond to Greenwich Mean Time.

midnight | noon | now

Use any one of these keywords in place of a numeric time. now must be followed by an increment.


month num[, year]

month is one of the 12 months, spelled out or abbreviated to their first three letters; num is the calendar date of the month; year is the four-digit year. If the given month occurs before the current month, at schedules that month next year.


One of the seven days of the week, spelled out or abbreviated to their first three letters.

today | tomorrow

Indicate the current day or the next day. If date is omitted, at schedules today when the specified time occurs later than the current time; otherwise, at schedules tomorrow.


Supply a numeric increment if you want to specify an execution time or day relative to the current time. The number should precede any of the keywords minute, hour, day, week, month, or year (or their plural forms). The keyword next can be used as a synonym of + 1.


Note that the first two commands are equivalent:

at 1945 pm December 9
at 7:45pm Dec 9
at 3 am Saturday
at now + 5 hours
at noon next day

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