I have a bash script (on osx) running continuously, it currently traps and handles a terminate like so trap onshutdown TERM how can I make trap also handle suspend/resume like trap onsuspend ? ...
Transmission is intermittently hanging on my NAS. If I send SIGTERM, it doesn't disappear from the process list and a <defunct> label appears next to it. If I send a SIGKILL, it still doesn't ...
I have a shell script that's reading from standard input. In rare circumstances, there will be no one ready to provide input, and the script must time out. In case of timeout, the script must execute ...
My server program received a SIGTERM and stopped (with exit code 0). I am surprised by this, as I am pretty sure that there was plenty of memory for it. Under what conditions does linux (busybox) send ...
this question is a follow-up to: How to suspend and resume processes I have started firefox from a bash session in gnome-terminal. The process tree looks like this: $ ps -e -o pid,ppid,cmd -H 1828 ...
I can look around the internet and find that the associated number for SIGKILL is 9, but is there linux documentation (such as, a man page) showing the complete list of signals and their numbers?
I sometimes get a little confused by all of the signals that an application can receive. As I understand it, an application has a default handler for each of these signals, but it can provide its own ...
If I run a program with an infinite loop with nohup, will the program run indefinitely (until the machine is reset or until I manually terminate it)?