Make it simple.
java xxx... on Machine A using putty to connect from Machine B. However I cannot reach Machine B. How can I connect Machine A from Machine C to set the running process
java xxx... could not be terminated when Machine B shuts down?
I'm connecting to a server(Machine A) using putty, and I'm running a process on it. However I have to reboot my computer(Machine B), which could terminate the connection as well as putty. Because I didn't set nohup on the process which I'm running, this could be terminated. I cannot use putty to set
disown for some reasons. So I want to use Machine C to open putty to connect to the server(Machine A) and set the process I'm running that it won't be terminated when I reboot Machine B.
Is there any way to do this? I know I can use
disown if I'm using the same shell process. But now is not this case.