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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Server Reboot and 'at'

    Assume, at 4pm, I use the 'at' command to schedule a script to run at 10 pm ...

    At 8pm the server is rebooted ...

    Will the script run at 10 pm or will the reboot cause the server to 'forget' the 'at' scheduled jobs

    Thanks in advance

    Sathyaram
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  2. #2
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    Yes, your at job should run just fine. When you run at to queue a job what you actually do is connect to the 'at daemon' and it adds it to a database of jobs it is going to run. The at daemon should be part of the machine's startup scripts, so you should be fine.

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