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Old 05-27-2010
SSH session

I ran a job using SSH and then used screen command followed by space bar. Then I ran the job. But after some hours, the internet connection was lost.This had happened to me before. I used to run the whole job again. Today I came across the fact that I could restart the jobs without having to do it from the beginning. I used screen -r, but it had the list of all the jobs I had from before. How do I know which id belongs to which job? I did not give any name to the different screen sessions. The screen list gives the names which I have no idea to figure out which one belongs to which job. Is there a way I can find out which id belongs to which job so that I can resume the job.

Also to make sure, does the job get killed if I shut down the system? Is there a way to bypass this using screen or some command?
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Old 05-27-2010
you might be looking at "nohup"
nohup - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Old 05-27-2010
I'm fairly sure the job would remain running in the screen session (at least in my experience it does).

If screen -ls shows several sessions I think the best idea would be to connect to each one to look and preferably exit out of any unused sessions to shorten the list.
 
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