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SSH or Secure Shell in simple terms is a way by which a person can remotely access another user on other system but only in command line i. In more technical terms, when we ssh on to other user on some other system and run commands on that machine, it actually creates a pseudo-terminal and attaches it to the login shell of the user logged in. When we log out of the session or the session times out after being idle for quite some time, the SIGHUP signal is send to the pseudo-terminal and all the jobs that have been run on that terminal, even the jobs that have their parent jobs being initiated on the pseudo-terminal are also sent the SIGHUP signal and are forced to terminate. Only the jobs that have been configured to ignore this signal are the ones that survive the session termination.