To display information about the execution times of your at jobs, use the at –l command.
$ at -l [job-id]
where –l job-id is the optional identification number of a specific job whose status you want to display. Without an ID, the command displays the status of all jobs submitted by a user.Example 39 Displaying at Jobs
The following example shows sample output from the at -l command, which provides information about the status of all jobs submitted by a user.
$ at -l 897543900.a Sat Jul 14 23:45:00 2004 897355800.a Thu Jul 12 19:30:00 2004 897732000.a Tue Jul 17 04:00:00 2004
The following example shows sample output that is displayed when a single job is specified with the at -l command.
$ at -l 897732000.a 897732000.a Tue Jul 17 04:00:00 2004