Ion features a
disown command which supports the following flags:
- -r: Remove all running jobs from the background process list.
- -h: Specifies that each job supplied will not receive the
SIGHUPsignal when the shell receives a
- -a: If no job IDs were supplied, remove all jobs from the background process list.
Unlike Bash, job arguments are their specified job IDs.
When a foreground task is stopped with the Ctrl+Z signal, that process will be added to the
background process list as a stopped job. When a supplied command ends with the & operator,
this will specify to run the task the background as a running job. To resume a stopped job,
bg <job_id> command will send a
SIGCONT to the specified job ID, hence resuming
the job. The
fg command will similarly do the same, but also set that task as the foreground
process. If no argument is given to either
fg, then the previous job will be used
as the input.
exit command will exit the shell, sending a
SIGTERM to any background tasks that are
still active. If no value is supplied to
exit, then the last status that the shell received
will be used as the exit status. Otherwise, if a numeric value is given to the command, then
that value will be used as the exit status.
While the shell ignores
SIGTSTP signals, you can forcefully suspend the shell by executing the
suspend command, which forcefully stops the shell via a