Is it possible to "call" a background process output to be shown in the terminal? Example: cron starts apt-get to update the system and I want to see the output of apt-get
I have two instances of a process running. One of them is "frEAkIng oUT!" and printing errors non stop to STDOUT. I want to kill the broken process but I have to make sure I don't terminate the wrong ...
In a bash script, I would like to capture the standard output of a long command line by line, so that they can be analysed and reported while initial command is still running. This is the complicated ...
I run a lot of long running processes (simulations) that print progress to STDOUT. I occasionally forget to redirect to STDOUT to a file I can grep, and it's usually too far along to restart. ...