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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Nohup causing issues Post 302369826 by ChicagoBlues on Monday 9th of November 2009 06:18:26 PM
Old 11-09-2009
Nohup causing issues

Hi folks... I really need some help soon with this issue I am having when I run my script using 'nohup'. Below is a function 'checkReturn' that my script uses to check whether other functions or tasks errored out with a non-zero exit code.

function checkReturn {
if [ $3 -ne 0 ]; then
echo "Error in step $STEP at line $2: Command return code: $3"
touch "$CMS_INBOUND_QUEUE/${1}_fail.sig"

Here is the error I get.... Note that when I run my script without the nohup, it runs fine.

function checkReturn {
./cms_inbBroker.sh: function: not found
+ [ -ne 0 ]
./cms_inbBroker.sh: test: argument expected

- CB

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