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I'm trying to write a shell script that does a lengthy batch job on a remote server. I'll be running the script over SSH.
The thing is, I intend to start the script in the evening and collect the results the next morning; I'd prefer not to have my local computer have to run all night, as it's not needed as part of the batch process. As such, is there a way I can close the SSH connection and still have the shell script continue to run on the remote server?