Bash Background Process Management

Posted by LinuxCareer on Jan 18, 2021 6:35 PM EST
linuxconfig.org; By Roel Van de Paar
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There are many times when a Bash developer or user will want to run a process in the background, either from the command line or from inside a bash script, and then handle that same process again later. There are various command line tools which allow one to do so. Being able to start, manage and destroy background processes is a requirement for many more advanced level tasks, especially in the areas of advanced scripting and process control.

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