I have some cron tasks unique to root. One of these has a reboot command in the end.
Say I SSH with my work user and while doing some task with it, the reboot-requiring root task will run in the background:
Will the root reboot log my other work user of the SSH?
If I would have to bet, I would bet that it won't take my work user out, as it is another session, but as I'm new to Unix cron, it is important for me to ask it here and that more people could find this easily.
Why would I even want to reboot:
The task is
apt-get update && apt-get upgrade, and as I know, it might require reboot.