I'm using stty susp ^- in a user's .bashrc shell in an attempt at preventing users from using CTRL+Z to background a process. The reason behind this, is that we have a number of users who are used to ...
If I start a process by typing it in normally at the command line, such as wget http://site.com/bigfile.zip and then decide I want to move that to the background, I know that I can use something ...
We're considering using Sun Grid Engine on a small compute cluster. Right now, the current set up is pretty crude and just involves having people ssh to an open machine to run their jobs. We'd like ...
I am rsyncing a few directories. I have a bash terminal open and am executing something like this: for DIR in * ; do rsync -a $DIR example.com:somewhere/ ; done However if I want to stop the whole ...
I have a Xen server with some VMs on it. I'm using xm console to view it and run some programmes. However I wanted to put the process in the background, and pressed ^Z (control Z) by habit, but that ...
Possible Duplicate: Can I nohup/screen an already-started process? GNU screen is great for long running programmes. You can start your programme in it and disconnect and bring your laptop ...
I can't seem to figure out a decent way to manage jobs over ssh. I want to start a job in an ssh session, logout, log back in, do a fg, check on the job, logout, then repeat the whole process. nohup ...