This is version of 3.1.x of the at/atrun pair for running commands at a
specified time. To install, do a
You might want to change the default maximum load at which batch
jobs are still started by specifying --with-loadavg_mx=... as
argument to configure. The default is 0.8, so that, normally, no
batch job will be started when there's still activity going on.
For an SMP system, yo
at now has a lex/yacc grammer, which is an extension of POSIX.2 to
something more sensible. There's an atd, which can still simulate
atrun with the -s option.
Tried to fix some races in the atd code by renaming
running jobs to "=" (thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org for
pointing out the bug).
The last fix didn't work. New locking scheme: as soon as
a job starts, the
This package was debianized by Thomas Koenig email@example.com on
Thu, 20 Feb 1997 17:33:12 +0100.
Copyright: 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 (c) Thomas Koenig
1993 (c) David Parsons
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