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atrm man page

User Commands                                             atrm(1)

     atrm - remove jobs spooled by at or batch

     atrm [-afi] [ [ job  #] [user...]]

     The atrm utility removes delayed-execution  jobs  that  were
     created  with  the at(1) command, but have not yet executed.
     The list of these jobs and associated  job  numbers  can  be
     displayed by using atq(1).

     atrm removes each job-number you specify,  and/or  all  jobs
     belonging to the user you specify, provided that you own the
     indicated jobs.

     You can only remove jobs belonging to  other  users  if  you
     have solaris.jobs.admin privileges.

     The following options are supported:

     -a       All. Removes all unexecuted jobs that were  created
              by  the  current user. If invoked by the privileged
              user, the entire queue will be flushed.

     -f       Force.  All information regarding the   removal  of
              the specified jobs is suppressed.

     -i       Interactive. atrm asks if a job should be  removed.
              If you respond with a y, the job will be removed.

     /var/spool/cron/atjobs          spool area for at jobs

     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-

SunOS 5.10          Last change: 13 Aug 1999                    1

User Commands                                             atrm(1)

    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    | Availability                | SUNWcsu                     |

     at(1),  atq(1),  auths(1),  cron(1M),  auth_attr(4),  attri-

SunOS 5.10          Last change: 13 Aug 1999                    2

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