Remove jobs spooled by the at command.
atrm [ -f ] [ -i] [ - ] [ Job ... | User ... ]
The atrm command removes jobs that were created with the at command, but have not executed. If one or more job numbers is specified, the atrm command attempts to remove only those jobs.
If one or more user names is specified, all jobs belonging to those users are removed. This form of invoking the atrm command is useful only if you have root user authority.
|-||Removes all jobs belonging to the user invoking the atrm command.|
|-f||Suppresses all information about the jobs being removed.|
|-i||Prompts before a job is removed. Enter y to remove the job.|
To remove job number root.62169200.a from the at command queue, enter:
|/usr/bin/atrm||Contains the atrm program file.|
|/var/spool/cron/atjobs||Specifies the spool area.|
The at command, atq command.
The cron daemon.
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