The version 5.24 (and older) allowed using the command like
root -b -n ex1.c > ex1.lst &
It started the execution of macros ex1.c by root in the batch mode and exited from the root after the end of task.
When the same command uses with the root version 5.26 the task is stopped and does not begin the execution. It does not work with the simple macros like
The tasks were checked on the Scientific Linux 5.4.
What is change with new ROTO version?
Thanks in advance.
please add “-q” to quit when it’s done processing, i.e. root -l -b -q ./ex1.c > ex1.lst
Thanks. The option -q works. But the problem of the disconnected screen remains. For the tasks going approximately two days it is principal.
For example a short output is shown.
[daniel@exolina test]$ root -b -q ex1.c > ex1.lst &
[daniel@exolina test]$ ps
PID TTY TIME CMD
3323 pts/3 00:00:00 bash
3425 pts/3 00:00:00 root
3426 pts/3 00:00:00 root.exe
3427 pts/3 00:00:00 ps
+ Stopped root -b -q ex1.c > ex1.lst
It will be stopped until it will be killed. The old version begin the execution that allows to logout from the computer.
OK, that’s a different problem. I’ll investigate during the coming days.
This problem is apriori fixed in v5.26/00.