I recently discovered a nice little command: at
Apparently quite well known, except for me. Its purpose is to schedule a job at a specific time, hence its name. Pretty simple to use:
$ echo "some-command" | at 3 pm
and it'll run the said command at 3pm. More examples here: https://opensource.com/article/21/8/linux-at-command
I came to know it as I had to run for troubleshooting on my dev machine a job that needs to operate at a specific time window.
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