unschedBackup - unschedule a backup
unschedBackup is a privileged command that uses at(1) to unschedule
backups scheduled to occur once at a later time and cron(1M) to
unschedule recurring backups. See the backup(1M) man page for
information on how backups are scheduled.
backup-id Identifies the backup to be unscheduled. This is the string
that was printed by backup at the time the backup was
/var/sysadm/backups/* File lists for later and recurring backups
scheduled by root.
$HOME/.saBackupLists/* File lists for later and recurring backups
scheduled by non-root users.
$HOME/.saBackupSched/* Information about later backups for the
BackupAndRestoreManager(1M). This duplicates
information stored by at(1) which is not
readable by non-root users and difficult to
parse. Information about recurring backups is
retrieved using crontab(1).
cron(1), at(1), sysmgr(1M), runpriv(1M), BackupAndRestoreManager(1M),
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