How to issue an rsh command to run in the background?
Within a (Windows) batch file I call
rsh 10.1.1.2 -lroot /etc/rtcinst/myscript.ksh,
which runs on a remote unix machine. This script takes a while to execute, and I want my batch file to continue running parallel to this ksh script.
The idea is, that the batch file that executes this command will continue running and not block until the script returns/exits.