I don't think there's anything like what you're looking for. Exit codes have no standard that I'm aware of. Any programmer can put any number from 0-255 in an exit code.

By convention, zero=success, and non-zero=fail.

Beyond that, you have to look at it on a per-program basis. You have to ask the programmer what each exit code means (or hope it's documented somewhere.)


On 4/28/2011 1:16 PM, Rick.Chevalier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Hopefully this is an easy question.

Can I find text descriptions of QSH exit status codes? Something
like msgf/QSHxxxx. I'm trying to track down an exit code of 255 but
haven't been successful yet in locating a description.


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