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Old 07-08-2013, 10:53 PM   #1
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Processes still running after logout using sudo

Hi guys..

I'm running some servers with ubuntu, debian. I havent tried yet in centos.

But after I logout and login later, I find the process still running in memory, that happened with a script I was running and with some tcpdupm trace, could this be because using sudo?
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how do the commands look like? If there is a "&" at the end then they are not bound to the shell invoking them.
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No, there is not &.

I think it happens when CTRL-Z is used instead of CTRL-C. But anyways I think when you close the session all the processes running(started under your console)should be terminated.


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