[phenixbb] running phenix in the background
lari.lehtio at abo.fi
Thu Sep 17 11:59:32 PDT 2009
Sounds like screen is perfect for the job as Maia was running phenix
remotely (through ssh perhaps). Then you can just use "screen -S
phenix" ctrl-a+d to detach. Put your local PC to sleep. Then connect
again next day and use "screen -r phenix".
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Quoting Francis E Reyes <Francis.Reyes at colorado.edu>:
> You can also use 'screen' to launch unix jobs in the background and
> you'll be able to close the terminal.
> You will, however, not be able to put your computer to sleep as most
> sleep modes halt the computer hardware.
> On Sep 17, 2009, at 12:27 PM, Maia Cherney wrote:
>> I noticed that if you run phenix in the background, you cannot close
>> terminal. Otherwise, the job stops. I want to run a job remotely in
>> background and then put my computer to sleep. Did not work. The remote
>> job stopped when I put my computer to sleep.
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