I started a script on a server using "at":
at now < script.sh
My problem is, that the script repeatedly starts new processes. Is it possible to stop the whole script instead of killing the single processes using "top"? I can not find the running script using "top", "bg" or "ps aux". I could not find a solution using google, only solutions to kill foreground jobs are offered.
Killing the process id
at now < script.sh & spills out does not work either:
user@linux:$ at now < script.sh &  16428 warning: commands will be executed using /bin/sh user@linux:$ job 3 at Sat Sep 10 11:58:00 2016 + Fertig at now < script.sh user@linux:$ kill 16428 bash: kill: (16428) - Kein passender Prozess gefunden
"Kein passender Prozess gefunden" means "no matching process found".