[Linux] End of process or job, which is better?

What is the difference between a process and a job

I tend to use it in the same sense, but I thought about it and looked it up.

Job is the flow of the entire process

The job is from raising cows to reaching the eaters. job.jpg

Each process is a work

Raising cows: 1 process Transportation: 1 process … process.jpg

ps command: process status Display of running processes jobs command: Show running jobs

For example, the kill command is used to terminate a process.

kill command

kill [PID]
#Process ID[PID]give

That means that for a job that is running a lot of processes, I want to end → End one process → The job itself may not have ended

So, it may be better to finish the job for each job.

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