Say I run the following on a remote box with the idea of preventing killing the job when I disconnect the terminal.
nohup ./my_script.sh &
When I try to exit my terminal, I got the following warning:
zsh: you have running jobs
I presume that's ok. It's just telling me that I have a job / process running in the background. If I disconnect the terminal, the job/process will continue to run, correct?