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I got an email from root with the subject

Output from your job #

I guess this came from my at queue because I recognized the command. But the thing is I submitted this at command 3 weeks ago and is also suppose to execute 3 weeks ago.

So I am now looking for at command history or log of some sort that will tell me the at commands that were issued in the last few weeks. Does anyone knows if such log exists?

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On my system I can find the list at /var/log/cron/*. You might look for something similar.

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On Ubuntu, the cron history is stored in /var/log/syslog

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