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I have created a job with the "at" command on Solaris 10.

It is in the working process now but I want to kill it but I am unable to find the job number and how to kill that job or process.

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You need to find your command with a ps variant as listed down below:

ps -ef

ps -fubob # if your job's user ID is bob.

Once found,  it is very easy to use kill to kill the process ( after taking permissions).

If you want to get rid of jobs in the at queue which are not running yet, you can try atq to list them and atrm to get rid of them.

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