Error 28

I have a USRP source going direct to a file sink, and it runs really
well,
except for an error. Does anyone know what the following means?:

thread[thread-per-block[1]: <block file_sink (2)>]: file_sink write
failed
with error 28

I am writing to a RAMDisk, if that helps with a solution.

Thank you.

On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 12:04 PM, Paul B. Huter
[email protected]wrote:

I have a USRP source going direct to a file sink, and it runs really well,
except for an error. Does anyone know what the following means?:

thread[thread-per-block[1]: <block file_sink (2)>]: file_sink write failed
with error 28

it means that you’re out of space (
http://www.virtsync.com/c-error-codes-include-errno) on the device


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Useful list! Thank you!

On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 5:35 PM, Mark Cottrell

Useful list! Thank you!
That code comes from “errno”, which are the integer return codes from
system calls.

Many Linuxes have a “perror” command line tool that can translate these
into text:

perror 28

Might have worked for you. Although, it’s considered “polite” for
programs, when getting an error return from a kernel call to
use the programmatic equivalent of “perror” on return codes to give a
more meaningful result.


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Principal Investigator
Shirleys Bay Radio Astronomy Consortium
http://www.sbrac.org

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