running a script like a daemon

Kathy Poniatowski stillcreek at chartermi.nojnk.net
Sun Nov 9 15:09:26 CET 2003


In most flavors of Unix, you can append the '&' character to the command,
which causes it to execute as a background process, and prepend 'nohup' to
it, which I think makes it continue even if you log off.  I'm not a Unix
expert, so my explanation may  be flawed, but this is what works for me:
nohup command &

Jp
"ivan le magnifique" <sqbassNOSPAM at free.fr> wrote in message
news:3fad23ea$0$235$636a55ce at news.free.fr...
> Hi there.
> I would like to know how to launch a script from the command line (like
via
> telnet) with the ability to exit the command line without stopping the
> thead.
> Afterwards I would like to be able to retrieve the id of the thread to
kill
> it.
> I know this is not really Python related since I have had the problem with
> Java already ( before my conversion to Python)... but, any idea would be
> appreciated.
>
> Thanks :)
>
>
>






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