A utility used for scheduling an event to happen once at some point in the future.

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Are logs kept for past at jobs?

I ran a few jobs with at command and, if possible, I want to see which commands I ran in what directories. I work with Linux Mint 16 if this is relevant.
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Remove all 'at' Jobs except first five jobs

I want to keep only first five scheduled jobs (as in the lowest 5 job ID numbers) and remove the rest of the scheduled atq jobs. How to can I do this?
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How can I see previous `at` jobs?

I can use atq to see pending at jobs, but is there any way to see info about at jobs that have already finished, either logs or just confirmation that they were scheduled and executed?
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What is making “at” in AIX add a “cd /some/path/here” prior to my explicit commands?

When I execute the following command: cd /some/path/here at -t 201409301100 ls -al <CTRL-D> at -lov I get the following output: ======================== myusername.1411755840.a Mon Sep 30 ...
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at and daylight saving time

Suppose I have added a task via at -t specifying the next day in my timezone. The next day my timezone changes as of daylight saving time. The question is whether the task will be executed correctly ...
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at daemon creates empty tasks

I have problem with atd daemon. If at is called by non-root, it creates task, but it is empty (content of /var/spool/atd). I do not remember what I have done before it broke that way. What else ...
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Bash script not executing when called from another start with “at command”

First, I understand this is probably something better suited for cron. However, I don't have access to cron. (shop rule around here) So, I am using the next best scheduling option at my disposal. ...