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Server Messages Specific to the Publishing Service

This section lists all syslog messages reported by SSH Tectia Certifier Server which are specific to the publishing service. The messages are divided into groups by their severity.

Publishing Service Messages at Level LOG_ERROR

  • Process create failed.

    Failed to launch external publishing command. Windows only.

  • Fork failed.

    Failed to launch external publishing command. Unix only.

  • Wait for process failed.

    Failed to reap external publishing command. This should not happen. Unix only.

  • Waitpid failed.

    Failed to reap external publishing command. This should not happen. Unix only.

  • Get process exit code failed.

    Failed to get exit status of external publishing command. This should not happen. Windows only.

  • External command 'command' failed with status status as integer.

    External publishing command failed.

  • Failed to write file 'filename': reason for system error.

    Publishing by writing to file failed.

  • unknown field in publish command string 'internal certifier command'.

    Internal error

  • Unknown action type 'internal certifier action'.

    Internal error

  • Unknown protocol type 'type'.

    Internal error

Publishing Service Messages at Level LOG_INFO

  • Started publishing service service ID as integer.

  • External command successful.


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