jobs

jobs(1)                              fish                              jobs(1)



NAME
       jobs - print currently running jobs

   Synopsis
       jobs [OPTIONS] [PID]

   Description
       jobs prints a list of the currently running jobs and their status.

       jobs accepts the following switches:

       · -c or --command prints the command name for each process in jobs.

       · -g or --group only prints the group ID of each job.

       · -l or --last prints only the last job to be started.

       · -p or --pid prints the process ID for each process in all jobs.

       · -q or --quiet prints no output for evaluation of jobs by exit code
         only.

       On systems that supports this feature, jobs will print the CPU usage of
       each job since the last command was executed. The CPU usage is
       expressed as a percentage of full CPU activity. Note that on
       multiprocessor systems, the total activity may be more than 100%.

       The exit code of the jobs builtin is 0 if there are running background
       jobs and 1 otherwise.

   no output.
   Example
       jobs outputs a summary of the current jobs.



Version 3.0.2                   Tue Mar 26 2019                        jobs(1)