[lug] Session Rescue

Hugh Brown hugh at math.byu.edu
Thu Mar 15 10:55:51 MDT 2007

I usually kill -1 the process and hope for the best.

vim will usu. complain at you when you edit the file and give you the
option to recover it.


On Thu, 15 Mar 2007, Warren Sanders wrote:

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> Anyone know of a way to rescue a dead connection?  I was editing a
> file via ssh connection and forgot to save before I got sidetracked.
> Since thin I got disconnected due to idle.  Now that I am reconnected,
> I see the process is still there.  Any way I can tell it to save or
> any way I can resume the session?
> I already know 'screen' should have been used!  I know it protects
> against this sort of thing.  Looking for other suggestions since it is
> too late for screen.
> Thanks,
> - --
> Warren Sanders
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