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anand wrote:  It stands for your job resulted in a non-zero exit code. The exact abbreviation is "Tough ." -am 2003...

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    anand wrote: 

    It stands for your job resulted in a non-zero exit code.

    The exact abbreviation is "Tough ."

    -am 2003
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    No wonder this place has no info.....
    -a
    "Anthony Mandic" <com> wrote in message
    news:bigs08$98qoe$news.uni-berlin.de... [/ref]
    for 
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    > It stands for your job resulted in a non-zero exit code.
    >
    > The exact abbreviation is "Tough ."
    >
    > -am 2003[/ref]


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    anand wrote: 
    > >
    > > It stands for your job resulted in a non-zero exit code.
    > >
    > > The exact abbreviation is "Tough ."[/ref][/ref]

    Let's ask Sun! They're really really SMRAT!

    # From: Tony Walton - Sun Enterprise Services UK <com>
    # Newsgroups: comp.unix.solaris
    # Subject: Re: rc= in cron log
    # Date: Thu, 12 Sep 2002
    # Organization: Sun Microsystems
    #
    # If the cronlog shows "ts=something" rather than "rc=something",
    # then this shows that the spawned process died from a signal rather than
    # terminated via _exit() - for instance if I start a job that merely
    # sleeps for a while, then kill it in its sleep.

    Can you look me in the eye and tell me that you're happy now?

    -am 2003
    Anthony Guest

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    got it figured out long before you posted... thanks anyways... there is always a
    clown in every group.. I guess you are the resident clown here.... have fun...

    Anthony Mandic wrote:
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    >
    > Let's ask Sun! They're really really SMRAT!
    >
    > # From: Tony Walton - Sun Enterprise Services UK <com>
    > # Newsgroups: comp.unix.solaris
    > # Subject: Re: rc= in cron log
    > # Date: Thu, 12 Sep 2002
    > # Organization: Sun Microsystems
    > #
    > # If the cronlog shows "ts=something" rather than "rc=something",
    > # then this shows that the spawned process died from a signal rather than
    > # terminated via _exit() - for instance if I start a job that merely
    > # sleeps for a while, then kill it in its sleep.
    >
    > Can you look me in the eye and tell me that you're happy now?
    >
    > -am 2003[/ref]

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    Anthony Mandic wrote: 
     

    We have the smratness knocked out of us in an induction course nowadays :-)


    --
    Tony

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