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NAMEperror - explain error codes
- perror [options] errorcode ...
message ... (errno: #) message ... (Errcode: #)
You can find out what the error code means by examining the documentation for your system or by using the perror utility.
perror prints a description for a system error code or for a storage engine (table handler) error code.
Invoke perror like this:
shell> perror [options] errorcode ...
shell> perror 13 64 OS error code 13: Permission denied OS error code 64: Machine is not on the network
The meaning of system error messages may be dependent on your operating system. A given error code may mean different things on different operating systems.
perror supports the following options.
Display a help message and exit.
Print the error message for an NDB Cluster error code.
This option is deprecated in NDB 7.6.4 and later, where perror prints a warning if it is used, and subject to removal in a future NDB Cluster release series. Use the ndb_perror utility instead.
Silent mode. Print only the error message.
Verbose mode. Print error code and message. This is the default behavior.
Display version information and exit.
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SEE ALSOFor more information, please refer to the MySQL Reference Manual, which may already be installed locally and which is also available online at http://dev.mysql.com/doc/.
AUTHOROracle Corporation (http://dev.mysql.com/).
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