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How can you see the processes which you put to background?
They will show up in a pstree
pstree -a -h
The usual way is jobs. However, jobs doesn't see background processes which have been disowned, because they aren't attached to your shell any more. For those, you'll have to look at ps in some form or another, perhaps ps -u, depending.
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