I know it sounds funny. I wrote a shell script and executed on a remote machine to ssh back to my local machine to write some files. I executed the script on various remote machines and I can't remember where they are. Now I can't kill one or more of them because I forgot which machine(s) it/they are on and they are continuously creating new files on my local machine. So is there any way to see which remote machine is accessing my local file? I'm running a Debian OS and I do NOT have root access.
EDIT: I tried remove the affected files but as soon as I remove them new files are created by the script running on the remote machine(s). I also tried
chmod 000 to make the directory un-writable in hope of crashing the scripts. None of them works.