I started my Python program in the background using nohup as mentioned below - nohup zook.py & Now I am trying to kill this process so I did the ps command as mentioned below ...
When I need to start a background process on a low-importance server, I tend to use nohup: nohup ./server.sh & Most colleagues seem to prefer screen: screen -D -R mydaemon ./mydaemon.sh ^A ^D ...
You already have a running process and you want to put it to run in background. If you want to be sure that this will still run after you close you ssh connection, what should you do? Note: you are ...
I am trying to do a pg_dump from one server and simultaneously restore at the other server. The command on source server (192.168.3.94): pg_dumpall -v | nc 192.168.3.95 4000 The command on the ...
nohup runs a process in the background. There is any equivalent for Windows?