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Is there a way to view the actual commands that have been scheduled to execute using the GNU at command? atq just gives the job ids and execution time, I need to see the command.

p.s. In my case the distro is Ubuntu

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After you check ID with atq, you can check the command with:

at -c ID

Also, as system administrator (root), you can check files in /var/spool/cron/atjobs/

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works great.. thanks! – pufferfish Jun 3 '09 at 10:30

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