I know that, nohup being a binary, it can be reached from any shell. But the exec built-in probably exists in every shell. Is there a reason to prefer one of them, to the other?
I have started a program in parallel using the command: nohup mpirun -7 mylongprogram.py & I now want to terminate the program. When I want to kill the process by the command: kill -9 ...
I run scripts with nohup that contain a list of a few hundred to a few thousand nodejs commands. These nodejs sub processes sync data from mysql and salesforce to couchdb. $ nohup ...
I am trying to figure out why my process doesn't work if started via a script, but works fine if started by hand. Here's the details: script is a resque worker start script. The script location is ...
I want to run a script on a remote host with sudo privilege, someone suggests that I should use nohup and ssh -t, like the following command: The script ls; sleep 10; echo finish is crafted here to ...