Einstein - Exit code 10

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Exit code 10: It means that the App could not resume from a previously written checkpoint.
The output listed in stderr out of the result should give a hint why. Most of the errors we get of this type are apparently due to a broken harddisk sector or even filesystems (e.g. some have the checkpoint file point to what looks like a portion of the client_state.xml). Again there's one error of this type we are trying to understand better in order to do something about it: It's an empty checkpoint file, in which case there will be an "EOF encountered" listed at the bottom of stderr out.

Original writer Original FAQ Date
Jorden 224 12-08-2007