Job control in a shell

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Kill a running shell script, and kill all process running within it

I have a shell script running in the background, which runs 5 different jobs. When I run the shell script all 5 jobs start running in order. When I kill this shell, whichever process is running, will ...
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Is there a way of getting full name of background jobs/ processes?

jobs -l This lists the jobs, but my job names are long and identical and this leads to a confusion as to which one them completed. Eg: if my jobs are: aaaaaabbbbbbccccc...............123 ...
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Job queueing on a single machine

I have a shiny new server for running simulations on, with a pair of Tesla GPUs and 32 cores, running CentOS 7.2. I'd like for multiple users to be able to submit jobs to the server that get queued up ...
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Supervisord scheduling

Is it possible to set jobs to run every n days in supervisord, like what cron is doing? I'm asking because I have different kinds of jobs, continuous / real-time and daily ones. All my jobs are ...
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Configure job to expire

I'm learning Linux at the moment and were doing some exercises scheduling jobs with cron and crontab, but I'm wondering if it's possible to limit the amount of times that the scheduled job is ran. ...
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How to view document name of a print job

How do I view the document name of a print job? The closest I've come to the answer is with this command... lpstat -W completed ...which displays several results with a timestamp, but no ...
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Will reinstalling cluster OS help running the jobs from being in queue?

I have a problem submitting my jobs to a cluster. I can upload and download files to and from cluster that I am working with but the cluster is unable to run the jobs submitted to them. As I check the ...
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submitting a job array script on SGE

I am trying to make a job array script to do a particular task for several files. Let's assume as a start for only 2 fastq files. Name : abc.fastq , def.fastq #!/bin/bash file=$(ls -1 *.fastq | ...