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schedule command for a bash script


From: Gurmeet Gill
Subject: schedule command for a bash script
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2000 11:43:37 -0500

Hello,
I have written a bash script to automate my build process and now i want to schedule this task. I am trying to use at command, which does not seem to work. I am using the following syntax: at 10:43AM ls

when i hit enter i get this line: Added a new job with job ID = 1

And if i print at to see the status i see following line:
 bash-2.02$ at
Status ID   Day                     Time          Command Line
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        1   Next 14                 10:48 AM      ls
bash-2.02$ at 10:48AM "bash ls"
Added a new job with job ID = 2
bash-2.02$ at
Status ID   Day                     Time          Command Line
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        1   Next 14                 10:48 AM      ls
        2   Next 14                 10:48 AM      "bash ls"
bash-2.02$ at 10:49AM "bash ls"
Added a new job with job ID = 3
bash-2.02$ at 3

Task ID:       3
Status:        OK
Schedule:      Next 14
Time of day:   10:49 AM
Interactive:   No
Command:       "bash ls"  ( i also tried ls without bash and without quotes)

why it's not working for me. Is my syntax o.k. Please help.

Thanks,
Gurmeet Kaur Gill
Software Build Prime
Wireless e-Mobility Solutions, Nortel Networks
Ph. (905)863-1097 ESN 333
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