I often have tens of gnome-terminals opened when I am working at my CentOS Desktop (Virtual Machine). This can mean I have about 40 open SSH sessions to different servers.
What is the best way to find back the SSH-session for a specific server? I sometimes just pkill bash, pkill ssh, pkill gnome-terminal in order to start over again or just open another gnome-terminal for that server and type ssh hostname.
A simple method to find back an existing gnome-terminal with SSH connection to a server would be better though. The taskbar in GNOME shows the window titles, but after 10 SSH sessions they cannot be read anymore, because they're too close to each other and there isn't enough space to write the hostnames.
I would love to have some experience from other Linux system administrators on this issue.