[torqueusers] Exit status = -3
arnaubria at pic.es
Fri Apr 18 08:49:06 MDT 2008
On Fri, 18 Apr 2008 10:44:50 -0400
Glen Beane wrote:
> no, that is not true. Under normal circumstances Torque will show
> you whatever bash (if that is your shell) returns. Bash itself
> returns the exit status of the last command that was executed. If a
> command exits from a fatal signal then bash uses the signal number
> plus 128 as the exit value. If a command is not found then bash uses
> 127. If the command ws found but is not executable then bash uses 126
> for the exit status. If torque reports the exit status of your job
> as 1 then whatever the last command that is executed in your script
> is returning 1.
Many thanks for your extened explanation!
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