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SubjectRe: What does a Kernel Error 4 mean?
Marc Perkel wrote:
> What does a Kernel Error 4 mean? I'm getting this
> running 64 bit Exim. Just trying to track it down and
> wondering what an "Error 4" is?

Probably:

#define EINTR 4 /* Interrupted system call */
EINTR should be a non-fatal error; the fact that Exim reports it as an
error probably indicates an Exim bug.

Of course, it could mean something completely different.

-hpa


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