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I am facing issue in running a process in nohup. I ran a process in terminal since it is taking too long to complete I need to make it as background and nohup. I tried below and was able to make it in back ground
1. Cntrl + Z
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I have used nohup command to run a process in background. i ran successfully and i exit from that terminal. But when i login for the next time I am not able to see the process but it is working, since I am getting a e-mail alert for error issue. Please let me know how to bring that process... (3 Replies)
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I'm not sure if it is even possible but I figured if it was someone here would know how to do it...
I am running a script which starts a bunch of processes in the background but there is one process I would like to bring back to the foreground when complete. Unfortunately the process that I... (2 Replies)
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I've tried this a long time ago and was successful but could not remember how i did it. Tried ctrl+Z and then used bg %
could not figure what i did after to keep it no hangup -
not sure if used nohup -p pid, can u plz help me out if this can be done.
Any help will be appreciated. (12 Replies)
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I want to print the pid of a nohup process to a file so later I can use the list of pid's in that file to stop the background processes again.
I use ksh on AIXv5.3:
nohup /start/script.ksh 1>/dev/null 2>&1
print $$ > .pid
nohup /start/script2.ksh 1>/dev/null 2>&1
print $$ >> .pid
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