jobs are processes that are triggered by you, when you run various commands in your current bash/putty terminal.
In linux there are lots of processes running, there are a number of commands available to find and view these processes.
One thing you may want to do is to find and stop a process. There are a few ways to do this, but they all involve sending a process a “signal”. A signal is an instruction that can be sent to a process. Processes aren’t allowed to ignore an incoming […]
Changing a process’s priority is a good way to make your machine run more efficiently. Changing process priorities is to do with increasing/decreasing how much CPU time a process can have while the machine is running. For example if you are setting up a machine to primarily run as a web server, then it is a good idea to elevate the web-server related processes so that they get more access to the CPU.