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On Thu, Aug 22, 2002 at 08:40:09PM +0900, Hugh Sasse Staff Elec Eng wrote:
> Given the following:
>=20
>     neelix hgs 100 %> ps -o pid,pgid,time,args -u hgs
>       PID  PGID        TIME COMMAND
>             [...]
>       995   995 12-19:04:35 /usr/local/bin/ruby -w ./pso_test.rb
>=20
> Then:
>=20
>     neelix hgs 101 %> /usr/bin/nohup -g -Fa 995
>     nohup: cannot control process 995
>=20
> Why not?  I had this on another ruby process as well.
> Is it something to do with Ruby?

Has the process been started from the same shell where you call nohup?

-billy.

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