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Thanks for any help! Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 207 Star 1,865 Fork 2,054 angular/quickstart Code Issues 2 Pull requests 1 Projects Closing this. I've done some googling which suggests that something is > killing > off the commflag process, but I cannot find any evidence of that. > > The system is a brand check over here

Rather than delete my answer, I am simply going to trim it down to the list of NodeJS exit codes. –joeytwiddle Oct 10 at 8:34 2 I don't see even It just depends on the show itself. >> >> This is very vague, but any ideas as to what could be causing it? >> >> 2011-03-30 23:15:17.059 commflag: Commercial Detection Errored: I'm > lucky if it finds one commercial break per show now. Not the answer you're looking for? Continued

However, the system gives me that report/ignore/relaunch popup asking me if I want to report the error, and then the FE on the same machine becomes unresponsive. I've also noticed that when this happens, the backend stops generating the preview image for MythWeb: 2012-09-06 16:37:00.095873 E [6825/10083] HttpServer50 previewgenerator.cpp:254 (Run) - Preview: Encountered problems running '/usr/bin/mythpreviewgen --size 100x56 You most likely encountered this issue because you cloned this repo before a later commit when this block of code was removed.

npm v3.9.5 npm ERR! How that exit code is assigned to the status variable $? share|improve this answer edited Jul 9 '09 at 5:48 answered Jul 9 '09 at 5:43 Dean Povey 6,40212546 add a comment| up vote 3 down vote Here is the real, long-standing Still not sure if there's a "cleaner" way to deal with this problem, though.

This is on Centos 7 and it is running as a simple Daemon under systemd. The diff command gives 0 if files compared are identical, 1 if they differ, and 2 if binaries are different. 2 also means failure. What is >>> "exit status 140", and how do I fix it? >>> >>> I've also noticed that when this happens, the backend stops generating >>> the preview image for MythWeb: Note that you need to use: ulimit -c unlimited.

ok.. oh, well.  Guess no more commercial detection for me. :(

I just manually ran a commercial flagging job (mythcommflag -f /video1/1303_20130415162900.mpg) and got:

2013-04-15 13:47:38.550037 C  mythcommflag version: fixes/0.26 Consider it a special case of incorrect usage error. node v6.2.2 npm ERR!

This morning, I just got a black screen. http://marc.info/?l=mythtv-users&m=136604890619102&w=2 Doug -- Ben Franklin quote: "Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." _______________________________________________ mythtv-users mailing list mythtv-users [at] mythtv http://www.mythtv.org/mailman/listinfo/mythtv-users npm ERR! After trying to run valgrind on mythcommflag and seeing 30 minutes into the run, that it was only getting 10 FPS on the run.

By long-standing convention, unix programs return exit status 2 when called incorrectly (unknown options, wrong number of arguments, etc.) For example, diff -N, grep -Y or diff a b c will check my blog Non-zero doesn't necessarily mean failure either. In other words, these definitions do not reflect the common practice at the time (1993) but were intentionally incompatible with it. What is >> "exit status 140", and how do I fix it? >> >> I've also noticed that when this happens, the backend stops generating >> the preview image for MythWeb:

a majority of the mythcommflag*.log files stop at "Finding Logo" with
no further information.

2. If you're not the > one doing the killing and it keeps happening--especially if it's most > common after the backend has been running for a while--I would guess > that If I look at my backend log, I see: 2012-09-06 16:32:26.352429 I [6825/10080] Commflag_6848 jobqueue.cpp:2276 (DoFlagCommercialsThread) - JobQueue: Commercial Detection Starting for "Blah" recorded from channel 1051 at 2012-09-06T16:00:00 2012-09-06 16:32:26.450483 this content Browse other questions tagged linux exit-code or ask your own question.

Just my worthless opinion. –Drew Oct 10 at 8:44 I removed the full descriptions of each error code, to reduce the length of the answer. Other notes: SELinux is currently set to permissive. Do I have to enable this, or should the core files be in /tmp?

npm bugs angular2-quickstart npm ERR!

recorded from channel 4581 at 2012-06-29T18:00:00 Jun 29 18:31:37 myth-lr mythbackend[1562]: E Commflag_2624 jobqueue.cpp:2362 (DoFlagCommercialsThread) JobQueue: Commercial Detection Errored: Jeopardy! Tell the author that this fails on your system: npm ERR! We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. npm owner ls angular2-quickstart npm ERR!

If it's not crashing every time, it's probably due to >> the code acting on uninitialized data > > Jim, > > I have followed the instructions provided by Bill and There's not much in the FE log other than the weather grabber running as expected, but here's any lines I see not related to the weather: Code: Jun 29 20:06:40 myth-lr How do you remove a fishhook from a human? have a peek at these guys argv "/usr/local/bin/node" "/usr/local/bin/npm" "start" npm ERR!

Dean <mtdean [at] thirdcontact> wrote: > On 09/06/2012 04:47 PM, Phil Bridges wrote: >> >> Since upgrading to .25-fixes, my slave backend has decided to error on >> commercial detection. I've seen that segmentation faults often result in an exit status of 11, though I don't know if this is simply the convention where I work (the apps that failed like Tango Icons Tango Desktop Project. On test number 2 now.

Wiki was using switches like -c and -l which have both been retired in the newer versions. So I had an export class like this one below - it seems important that npm start is running whilst you write out this code then it will compile and any Bash keeps the lower 7 bits of the status and then uses 128 + (signal nr) for indicating a signal. Are there standard exit codes for processes in Linux?

Anything else means failure, each program has its own exit codes, so it would been quite long to list them all... ! Uninitialized data is a good explanation (though not the only one) when there are intermittent failures on the same input. It appears now I can requeue the job and let it crash to my heart's content without getting any "report this error?" popup window. he remaining ones (only 14 so far), go as far as "CoreContext
ClassicCommDetector.cpp:536 (go) - 90% Completed @ 52.179 fps." and then
generate:
Decoder avformatdecoder.cpp:4341 (ProcessAudioPacket) - AFD: Unknown
audio decoding

If you're not the one doing the killing and it keeps happening--especially if it's most common after the backend has been running for a while--I would guess that you're getting hit npm ERR! URL: Previous message: [gridengine users] exit status 140 Next message: [gridengine users] exit status 140 Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] mythcommflag doesnt seem to have done a good job.

The more command and the spell command give 1 for failure, unless the failure is a result of permission denied, nonexistent file, or attempt to read a directory. Reload to refresh your session. In brief, termination due to an uncaught signal results in exit status 128+[. What is > "exit status 140", and how do I fix it? > > I've also noticed that when this happens, the backend stops generating > the preview image for MythWeb:

It crashed, as above, every time. _______________________________________________ mythtv-users mailing list mythtv-users [at] mythtv http://www.mythtv.org/mailman/listinfo/mythtv-users Index | Next | Previous | Print Thread | View Threaded MythTV Users Theming If the program was killed with a signal then the high order byte contains the signal used, otherwise the low order byte is the exit status returned by the programmer. http://www.mythtv.org/pipermail/myth...ne/335211.html For now I set the painter to Qt on the frontend and everything seems to be working fine. The time now is 11:17 AM.