The status and other information about all jobs is displayed using the jobs command. The following jobs output shows that there is one stopped job, and two running jobs. The + indicates the current job, and – indicates the previous job:
$ jobs  + Stopped split —5000 hugefile  — Running find / —name core —print &  Running sleep 25 &
The jobs –l command shows the same information, along with the process ids, while jobs –p only gives you the process ids.
$ jobs —l  + 466 Stopped split —5000 hugefile  — 465 Running find / —name core —print &  463 Running sleep 25 &
Stopped or background jobs are terminated with the kill command. Unlike bg or fg, a job argument must be given. Here, a sleep