Troubleshooting Return Code 31488

Sometimes, your computer may display an error with return code 31488. This problem can have several causes.

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      03/12/2015 18:01:37 RunCommand error: system (/usr/local/bin/alertblock/home/simple/blockpush/tit.push) rolled back 314882015-03-12 18:01:38 Error: system runCommand (/usr/local/bin/alertblock/home/simple/blockpush/pxi.push) returned 3148803.12.2015 18:01:42 RunCommand error: system (/usr/local/bin/alertblock/home/simple/blockpush/eac.push) pays 314882015-03-12 18:01:46 runCommand system (/ usr / local / bin / alertblock error: /home/simple/blockpush/wdc.push) returned 18:01:46 314882015-03-12 RunCommand Error: System (/usr/local/bin/alertblock/home/simple/blockpush/pxi.push) returned 18:01:47 314882015-03-12 RunCommand error: system (/usr/local/bin/alertblock/home/simple/blockpush/eac.push) has 31488.income 

    Hello everyone

    The

    ends with an exit rule 123, as it should. This code is C:

    return code 31488

    outputs “Software Return: 31488”, which is shifted 123 8 bits to the left. I have

    tried it with some values ​​and the 8-bit offset is probably consistent.

    Is this the normal behavior for a system () function, and if so is it usually

    documented somewhere? Before moving on to positive behavioral coding

    Stephen Morgan wrote:

    | make a profit with exit code 123, assuming he should. This code is C:

    | printf (“Return coderata:% d n “, rc);

    | marked with “Return Code: 31488” where 123 is shifted, leaving 8 bits. I have

    | tried with multiple values ​​and I would say 8 bits corresponds to offset.

    | This is the normal behavior of system () to get the job done, and if it is, then

    It’s actually okay to pass return codes to individual parents

    A process regardless of whether the parent is the owner of system () or the caller of the fork ()

    ~ Return value -1 on error (e.g. frk failed) and

    ~ otherwise some sort of command return status. Last

    ~ Return status only in certain expected format (2).

    The status / return code repaired with wait (2) is in two components, packed in

    1) a signal state indicating why the process was terminated, and

    2) Often the process exit value (returned by main () or actually passed to exit ()

    You use macros to separate these values ​​from the wait position (2) (or

    ~ number of the return signal that was entered

    ~ baby means to throw chickensto go. This macro cannot

    ~ is evaluated if the WIFSIGNALED report is non-zero.

    ~ evaluates eight main sections

    . outside

    ~ return code of all exited descendants

    ~ which could have been identified as a period during a conversation

    ~ for exit () or as feud for return statement

    ~ in the main program. This macro cannot be processed –

    ~ returned a nonzero value in WIFEXITED.

    return code 31488

    They are stored on the wait (2) man page along with other supporting materials

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    Código De Retorno 31488
    반환 코드 31488
    Returkod 31488
    Код возврата 31488
    Kod Zwrotny 31488
    Code De Retour 31488
    Rückkehrcode 31488
    Retourcode 31488
    Código De Retorno 31488
    Codice Di Ritorno 31488