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Old 09-17-2013
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How to make entries background tasks in the table?

Hi am new to unix ,
when the background task is running how to put entry in the table and also if there is any issue how to stop the running task.

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How new can you be when you've been a member for over a year and this is your 60th post?

That aside, your question is too vague for any useful feedback.

If you are talking about shell scripting, you can "remember" a background job by saving the value of $! .

To stop it, use kill .

As to how to detect an "issue", you have provided insufficient information.

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