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A continuous chain of programs, using control commands. None
a repricing process
a process or group of processes executed with a command, e.g., a print job, which is the process of sending and printing a file.
in a shell context, a job is a process running in the background. You can have several jobs in the same shell and control these jobs independently. See Also foreground, background.
One or more processes grouped together but issued as a single command. For example, a job can be a shell script containing several commands or a series of commands issued on the command line connected by a pipeline.
A set of processes comprising a pipeline, and any processes descended from it, that are all in the same process group.
One UNIX command. It is easy to be sloppy and use the terms job, process, and program interchangeably. I do it and I'm sure you do, too. Within UNIX documentation, though, the word "job" is usually used to mean one, and only one, command line. Note that one command line can be complex. For example: pic a.ms | tbl | eqn | troff -ms is one command, and hence one job, that is formed from four processes.