TIL about the
at command. It allows us to schedule commands to be executed
at a later time.
$ echo "bla" | at now + 5 minutes
or if you want to execute commands from a file later on:
$ at -f path/to/file 9:30 PM Tue
We can type
atq to see existing jobs. For more information
tldr, it’s a really interesting suite of commands.