(features.info)Job Control Builtins
Job Control Builtins
Place JOBSPEC into the background, as if it had been started with
`&'. If JOBSPEC is not supplied, the current job is used.
Bring JOBSPEC into the foreground and make it the current job. If
JOBSPEC is not supplied, the current job is used.
jobs [-lpn] [JOBSPEC]
jobs -x COMMAND [JOBSPEC]
The first form lists the active jobs. The `-l' option lists
process IDs in addition to the normal information; the `-p' option
lists only the process ID of the job's process group leader. The
`-n' option displays only jobs that have changed status since last
notfied. If JOBSPEC is given, output is restricted to information
about that job. If JOBSPEC is not supplied, the status of all
jobs is listed.
If the `-x' option is supplied, `jobs' replaces any JOBSPEC found
in COMMAND or ARGUMENTS with the corresponding process group ID,
and executes COMMAND, passing it ARGUMENTs, returning its exit
Suspend the execution of this shell until it receives a `SIGCONT'
signal. The `-f' option means to suspend even if the shell is a
When job control is active, the `kill' and `wait' builtins also
accept JOBSPEC arguments.
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