New in version 1.5.
Use this module to schedule a command or script file to run once in the future. All jobs are executed in the ‘a’ queue.
A command to be executed in the future.
The count of units in the future to execute the command or script file.
An existing script file to be executed in the future.
|state ||no||present|| ||
The state dictates if the command or script file should be evaluated as present(added) or absent(deleted).
If a matching job is present a new job will not be added.
|units ||yes|| ||
The type of units in the future to execute the command or script file.
# Schedule a command to execute in 20 minutes as root. - at: command="ls -d / > /dev/null" count=20 units="minutes" # Match a command to an existing job and delete the job. - at: command="ls -d / > /dev/null" state="absent" # Schedule a command to execute in 20 minutes making sure it is unique in the queue. - at: command="ls -d / > /dev/null" unique=true count=20 units="minutes"
For more information on what this means please read Extras Modules
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