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    walala wrote:
     

    Don't you mean nohup(1)?

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    ok, I see, it should be nohup...

    but again, the problem was the ssh stops there after the login screen... it
    does not even exectued my nohup job...

    and not continue to logout,

    -walala
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    > Don't you mean nohup(1)?
    >
    > --
    > Wishing you good fortune,
    > --Robin Kay-- (komadori)
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    Default Re: how to log onto unix machine and run some job in background and then logout automatically in a script for 30+ such unix machines?

    i noticed that keychain, or ssh agent can do the pass-free auto logon
    things, but it seems me the procedures of using those mechanisms are really
    complex...

    any easier choices?

    Thanks ,

    -Walala
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    > Don't you mean nohup(1)?
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    > --
    > Wishing you good fortune,
    > --Robin Kay-- (komadori)
    >[/ref]


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    Default Re: how to log onto unix machine and run some job in background and then logout automatically in a script for 30+ such unix machines?

    X-No-archive: yes

    Ssh keys are not really that complicated if you take some time to read
    about them and understand them. In my opinion, a grid solution for
    this would probably be overkill for this unless you planned to use the
    grid for other things.

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