at and cron administration utility
atcronsh is the screen interface invoked by the
It is used to specify users allowed to use the
and batch (see
It also allows the
and batch prototype files to be edited.
The program allows a system default for
and batch to be given. The defaults can be:
The default setting decides whether an allow or deny file is to be used
(deny file means /usr/lib/cron/cron.deny or at.deny,
allow file means /usr/lib/cron/cron.allow or at.allow).
no user authorized
all users allowed to use the commands unless a user is specifically
all users denied to use the commands unless a user is specifically
For each user (unless the none system default has been chosen), a specific
and batch may be given.
The allow and deny files are interpreted as follows:
if an allow file exists, and the user name appears in it, the user is
if an allow file exists, access is denied
if a deny file exists and the user name appears in it, access is denied
if a deny file exists, access is allowed
access is denied
is not recommended; use the
atcronsh is not part of any currently supported standard; it
is an extension of AT&T System V provided by The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003