When I start an SSH session that executes a long-running command, what happens with Ctrl+C (SIGINT) handling? I can see that the SSH session is closed, but I am not sure who gets the SIGINT first: is ...
I read an answer from a user who claimed that running foo 2>&1 >& output.log & would result in foo continuing to run even when they log out. According to this user, this even ...
I forgot to use screen and I have a task that has been running for quite some time, and I do not want to lose the saved data. Basically Ctrlc will end the task and save the data if I am on the same ...
I've had this problem occur at random, intermittently, across boxes at multiple companies, multiple distros, and multiple kernel revs. I think that I'm just cursed. What happens is that I'll have a ...
I want to be able to send signals (SIGINT is the most important) through ssh. This command: ssh server "sleep 1000;echo f" > foo will start sleep on server and after 1000 seconds it will put ...