This is a list of possible return codes from all MBSE programs and utilities. These codes can be used in scripts. If a program exits normally, the return code is 0. If a program exits by a signal, the return code is the signal number. This means if you kill a running program with a SIGTERM, the program exits with the SIGTERM error number, usually error number 15. These
error codes are all nearly identical on all *nix platforms but there may be differences between distributions. Just do a
kill -l to see a list of errors for your own platform.
Possible return codes:
The mailer can also return the following error codes:
When an external program is run, a MBSE program can exit with the return code of the external program with 256 added to it. So if the external program exits with error code 7, the code returned by the MBSE program is 263.Go Back