RSyslog Documentation

script_error()

Purpose

script_error()

Returns the error state of functions that support it. C-Developers note that this is similar to errno under Linux. The error state corresponds to the function immediately called before. The next function call overrides it.

Right now, the value 0 means that that the previous functions succeeded, any other value that it failed. In the future, we may have more fine-grain error codes.

Function descriptions mention if a function supports error state information. If not, the function call will always set script_error() to 0.

Example

The following example shows that script_error() only needs to be called and does not need any parameters.

script_error()

See also

Help with configuring/using Rsyslog:

  • Mailing list - best route for general questions
  • GitHub: rsyslog source project - detailed questions, reporting issues that are believed to be bugs with Rsyslog
  • Stack Exchange (View, Ask) - experimental support from rsyslog community

See also

Contributing to Rsyslog:

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