Run SSH command in background
Do you have to run a big command that requires 30 minutes, 1 hour, 2 hours or 6 hours? Unfortunately SSH connections times out.
Here's a simple trick on how to run a ssh command in the background so you can run your command and maybe sleep for a while or continue with your life.
In your terminal, run:
nohup YOUR_COMMAND your_command_parameters > my.log 2>&1 &
And just in case you were thinking how to close the command, in your terminal, run:
ps -ef | grep 'YOUR_COMMAND'
It will return something like this:
UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD root 361 1 0 Oct19 ? 00:00:04 YOUR_COMMAND
Get the PID to kill the command