Does it make sense to use "nohup" in crontab?
Usually the user uses "nohup" for two purposes when entering a command:
The command should not block the terminal and secondly the command should
continue to run even when the user logs out.
When I put now a command in the cronfile and start the crontab then using a nohup
seems to me not necessary because no terminal is blocked and the command is performde as service.
Is this view correct?
Or are there any scenarios when I should use nohup in crontab commands anyway?