There are stopped jobs.
This message occurs when you attempt to
"exit" a shell and have one or more
jobs. The system doesn't want you to log out or exit the shell and
kill the jobs unless you mean to. You can do a couple of things in
response to this message. Use of the "jobs" command will tell you what
job(s) you have suspended. You can choose to continue the job(s) in the
foreground or background (see the
section), and then log out, or, if you don't care if they
terminate, you can just type "logout" again. Typing "logout" a second
time with or without an intervening "jobs" command will result in
logout and the termination of all suspended jobs.
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