The at Scheduler

The at command is a helpful scheduling utility for one-time events. The command has been used for many years in the house network. Recently observed on the office desktop is the at job sequence number surpassed 61,300.

Likely the sequence number was reset to zero when migrating from 32-bit to 64-bit. If true then who knows how high the sequence number would be if the number had not been reset.

With that high of a number, the at scheduler is an obvious important utility in the house network. As Mr. Spock would say, “Fascinating.”

Posted: Category: Usability Tagged: General

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