at command is awesome! The one thing that I found a little confusing and struggled with is seeing the submitted command. One way if you have root access is to go to
But if you are an idealist like me and want to view your personal commands without jumping to root or simply on a shared machine with no root access ... the at man pages can be a little confusing, the correct switch is the
-c switch passed to
at -c job [job...] -c cats the jobs listed on the command line to standard output.
So the correct sequence of steps is as follows
atq # and grab the job id(s) at -c 6 # to see the command submitted with id 6