I very often have to start a process on Linux and logout leaving it running. I used to do a nohub.
nohub /path/to/some/pogram &
This does work but seeing the output of it you probably have to pipe the output to file like
nohub /path/to/some/pogram > /path/to/output &
But i will show you a better way SCREEN to the rescue to install:
sudo apt-get install screen
then simply run screen before you run the process and to disconnect the terminal and leave it running do a CRTL-A D which will take you back to the calling shell and you can log out leaving it running. You can do this with multiple processes.
to access it again type
screen -r There are several suitable screens on: 6078.your-server-detail (SOMEDATE) (Detached) 4249.your-server-detail (SOMEDATE) (Detached)
and to reconnect do
screen -r 4249
This is ideal if you have to start some docker processes on remote servers.