errcode.h   [plain text]


/* -*- c-file-style: "linux"; -*-
   
   Copyright (C) 1998-2000 by Andrew Tridgell
   
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*/

/*
 * error codes returned by rsync.  If you change these, please also update the
 * string mappings in log.c
 */

#define RERR_SYNTAX     1       /* syntax or usage error */
#define RERR_PROTOCOL   2       /* protocol incompatibility */
#define RERR_FILESELECT 3       /* errors selecting input/output files, dirs */
#define RERR_UNSUPPORTED 4       /* requested action not supported */

#define RERR_SOCKETIO   10      /* error in socket IO */
#define RERR_FILEIO     11      /* error in file IO */
#define RERR_STREAMIO   12      /* error in rsync protocol data stream */
#define RERR_MESSAGEIO  13      /* errors with program diagnostics */
#define RERR_IPC        14      /* error in IPC code */

#define RERR_SIGNAL     20      /* status returned when sent SIGUSR1, SIGINT */
#define RERR_WAITCHILD  21      /* some error returned by waitpid() */
#define RERR_MALLOC     22      /* error allocating core memory buffers */
#define RERR_PARTIAL    23      /* partial transfer */

#define RERR_TIMEOUT    30      /* timeout in data send/receive */

/* Although it doesn't seem to be specified anywhere,
 * ssh and the shell seem to return these values:
 *
 * 124 if the command exited with status 255
 * 125 if the command is killed by a signal
 * 126 if the command cannot be run
 * 127 if the command is not found
 *
 * and we could use this to give a better explanation if the remote
 * command is not found.
 */
#define RERR_CMD_FAILED 124
#define RERR_CMD_KILLED 125
#define RERR_CMD_RUN 126
#define RERR_CMD_NOTFOUND 127