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Managing System Information, Processes, and Performance in Oracle® Solaris 11.4

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Updated: August 2018
 
 

Displaying at Jobs

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 40  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