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How to Keep Tasks Running When You Quit SSH

It would seem that bash has a slightly different way of marking a program as "nohup". Specifically, you must "disown" the task. You've got a few options for doing that:

1) Just make sure it doesn't get a SIGHUP
% disown -h {jobid}
where jobid is the number in your process list
2) Completely detach the process from your shell, (it no longer shows up in your job listing):
% disown {jobid}
3) Detach *every* process in your job list
% disown -a

There are some others - see 'man bash' for the details.

Wed, 04 Nov 2009 23:34:04 +0000

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