jobs, fg, bg, stop, notify — Control Process Execution

Synopsis

jsh
jobs [-p | -l] [%job-id...] 
jobs -x command [arguments] 
fg [%job-id...] 
bg [%job-id...] 
stop %job-id... 
stop pid... 
csh
jobs[-l] 
fg [%job-id] 
bg [%job-id] ... 
notify [%job-id] ... 
stop %job-id... 
stop pid... 
ksh
jobs [-lnp] [%job-id...] 
fg [%job-id...] 
bg [%job-id...] 
stop %job-id... 
stop pid... 

Description

Job control enables you to move currently executing commands into the foreground or background and to stop, suspend, or restart them as needed. There is always one job in the foreground, which is the job that accepts your keyboard input. The foreground job may be a shell or another command such as an editor that accepts keyboard input.

When you execute a command ...

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