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21.5.10.21 The ndbinfo error_messages Table

The error_messages table provides information about

The error_messages table contains the following columns:

  • error_code

    Numeric error code

  • error_description

    Description of error

  • error_status

    Error status code

  • error_classification

    Error classification code

Notes

error_code is a numeric NDB error code. This is the same error code that can be supplied to ndb_perror or perror --ndb.

error_description provides a basic description of the condition causing the error.

The error_status column provides status information relating to the error. Possible values for this column are listed here:

  • No error

  • Illegal connect string

  • Illegal server handle

  • Illegal reply from server

  • Illegal number of nodes

  • Illegal node status

  • Out of memory

  • Management server not connected

  • Could not connect to socket

  • Start failed

  • Stop failed

  • Restart failed

  • Could not start backup

  • Could not abort backup

  • Could not enter single user mode

  • Could not exit single user mode

  • Failed to complete configuration change

  • Failed to get configuration

  • Usage error

  • Success

  • Permanent error

  • Temporary error

  • Unknown result

  • Temporary error, restart node

  • Permanent error, external action needed

  • Ndbd file system error, restart node initial

  • Unknown

The error_classification column shows the error classification. See NDB Error Classifications, for information about classification codes and their meanings.

The error_messages table was added in NDB 7.6.4.