Re: move process to screen
- From: Glenn Jackman <glennj@xxxxxx>
- Date: 7 Feb 2008 12:30:34 GMT
At 2008-02-07 06:12AM, "jimmij" wrote:
I have run a very long job on the remote machine not under screen
manager and right now I cannot close terminal to not kill this process.
Stick the job in the background (ctrl-Z then "bg") then detach it from
the terminal (in bash, "disown -h %[jobid]"). You may then close the
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- Re: move process to screen
... Glenn Jackman wrote: ... manager and right now I cannot close terminal to not kill this process. ... Stick the job in the background (ctrl-Z then "bg") then detach it from ...
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