New in version 1.5.
|command ||no|| |
A command to be executed in the future.
|count ||yes|| |
The count of units in the future to execute the command or script file.
|script_file ||no|| |
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).
|unique ||no|| |
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
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