What is ATQ command in Linux? atq displays the list of pending jobs which are scheduled by the user. If the user is the superuser then the pending jobs of all the users will be displayed. The output lines display Job number, date, hour, queue, and username for each job. Syntax: atq [-V] [-q queue]
How do I see pending jobs in Linux?
- Run bjobs -p. Displays information for pending jobs (PEND state) and their reasons. There can be more than one reason why the job is pending.
- To get specific host names along with pending reasons, run bjobs -lp.
- To view the pending reasons for all users, run bjobs -p -u all.
How do I delete a Linux Job?
- (Optional) Become superuser to remove an at job belonging to root or another user.
- Remove the at job from the queue before it is executed. $ at -r [ job-id ]
- Verify the at job is removed by using the at -l (or the atq ) command to display the jobs remaining in the at queue.
What is Linux Job command? Jobs Command : Jobs command is used to list the jobs that you are running in the background and in the foreground. If the prompt is returned with no information no jobs are present. All shells are not capable of running this command. This command is only available in the csh, bash, tcsh, and ksh shells.