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Linux commands: nohup

Published Oct 06 2020

Sometimes you have to run a long-lived process on a remote machine, and then you need to disconnect.

Or you simply want to prevent the command to be halted if thereโ€™s any network issue between you and the server.

The way to make a command run even after you log out or close the session to a server is to use the nohup command.

Use nohup <command> to let the process continue working even after you log out.

The nohup command works on Linux, macOS, WSL, and anywhere you have a UNIX environment



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