I have a job dispatcher bash shell script containing below codes:
for (( i=0; i<$toBeDoneNum; i=i+1 )) do while true do processNum=`ps aux | grep Checking | wc -l` if [ $processNum -lt $maxProcessNum ]; then break fi echo "Too many processes: Max process is $maxProcessNum." sleep $sleepSec done java -classpath ".:./conf:./lib/*" odx.comm.cwv.main.Checking $i done
I run the script like this to be in the background:
I want to terminate this dispatcher process with kill -9. But I didn't record the pid of the dispatcher process at the first time. I used jobs, jobs -l, jobs -r and jobs -s. Nothing showed. Even this fg cannot bring the process to foreground.
fg bash: fg: current: no such job
But I think this dispatcher process is still running because it still continues to assign java program to run (already used top and ps -ef to check). How should I terminate this job dispatcher bash shell script process?