Scheduling scripts with "at" command


 
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Old 04-23-2014
Scheduling scripts with "at" command

Hi All ,

I need to create a scheduling capability on one of Linux boxes so that i could some 6 scripts back to back after a gap a given time difference .



To run script1 :-- my test1.sh for 3 hrs , followed by 2nd script ,mytest2.sh for 10 hrs , then mystest3.sh for 2 hrs , then mystest3.sh for 3 hrs , then mystest5.sh for 3 hrs and last mystest6.sh for 3 hrs .


This is like schduleing a job like daily crons . Please help me in creating the script for the same


Thanks in advance
AA

Last edited by Anamica; 04-23-2014 at 05:39 AM.. Reason: to add more content
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Old 04-23-2014
What have you tried so far?
# 3  
Old 04-23-2014
what i know that we can schedule any task to be do executed now or at any point of time in future only once from the command line
e.g

[code]
$ at 2:00
cd << path where the executable resides>
ssh <localhostname> << path where the executable resides>> myscript1.sh &

Ctrl +D

Last edited by Anamica; 04-23-2014 at 06:16 AM.. Reason: typo correction
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Old 04-23-2014
Hi,
You can put all the scripts together and run. I mean create
main.sh which includes below scripts and then run main.sh
Code:
mytest1.sh
mytest2.sh
mytest3.sh
mytest4.sh
mytest5.sh
mytest6.sh

Thanks,
Pravin
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