I suspect this is not doable just because of the security implications, but here's what I'd like to do. Basically we run a bash shell-script on our CentOS server that calls Program-A (in our case ...
One of the idioms often used to check if process is running is to use kill -s 0 $pid. My question is, does it have any upsides over using [[ -e /proc/$pid ]] construct? The script I'm writing is ...
Find the process id of a java application in a bash script (to see if the target application is already running)
I know there are a million questions on getting the process ID, but this one seems to be unique. Google has not given me the answer, so I hope stackexhange will help rather than close this question. ...
Suppose if i have a situation in which some files need to be copied and it takes long time so i would have to go for parallel processing of the file copy. for example it may look like this for i in ...
Consider this: tmux split-window -d program1 program2 # this program depends on some side effects produced by program1 In this case, program2 will start before program1 is ready. program1 will send ...
I am working on some batch scripts involving the following: Run some non-terminating sub-processes (asynchronously) Wait for t seconds Perform other task X for some time Terminate subprocesses ...