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ATQ(1)			   OpenBSD Reference Manual			ATQ(1)

     atq - display the at(1) job queue

     atq [-cnv] [-q queue] [name ...]

     atq displays the queue of jobs, created by the at(1) command, which are
     currently awaiting execution.  Unless the user is the superuser, only the
     user's own jobs will be displayed.	 With no flags, the queue is sorted in
     the order that the jobs will be executed.

     The options are as follows:

     -c		Sort the queue by the time that the jobs were submitted
		(created).  By default, atq will sort the queue by the time
		that the jobs will run.

     -n		Only print the total number of files that are currently in the

     -q queue	Restrict output to jobs in the specified queue.	 a to z and A
		to Z.  The c queue is the default for at(1) and the E queue
		for batch(1).  By default, atq will display jobs in all

     -v		Jobs that have completed but have not yet been removed are
		also displayed.

     If a name(s) is provided, only those files belonging to that user(s) are

     /var/cron/atjobs  directory containing job files

     at(1), atrm(1), cron(8)

     The atq command appeared in 4.3BSD.

OpenBSD 4.9			 May 31, 2007			   OpenBSD 4.9

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