I can easily save cron jobs in a file by doing this:
crontab -l > file.txt
And I can restore it with
Is there any way to do the same thing with at jobs?
The closest thing that I’ve managed to find is this:
#!/bin/bash atq for each in $(atq | cut -f 1); do echo “JOB $each”; at -c $each; done
That works but the output is very wordy and there is no way to restore it other than manually going through the output file and re-entering each job.