I'm using tmux to launch long simulations. It has served me well.
On some systems, I have set "ctrl+a" as the main key, while on others it's
"ctrl+s". So to detach from tmux it should be either "ctrl+a,d" or
"ctrl+s,d". Unfortunately, I sometimes hit the wrong keyboard combination to
detach. For example, I hit "ctrl+s" instead of "ctrl+a".
This has the bad effect of "pausing" the simulation: the process stop doing
anything. tmux is not dead: other processes running under tmux continues, I
can create other "screens", detatch, re-attach, etc. But the running process
nicolas 29222 0.0 0.6 53200 24252 pts/2 S+ 21:04 0:00 gdb --args
./mdgit --name no_leak
nicolas 29254 91.6 4.9 17073912 199080 pts/2 tl 21:04 72:47
/home/nicolas/tmp/md/mdgit --name no_leak
How can I re-start the process? Those simulations are really long so I can't
just cancel it and re-launch it...
Thanks for your support.