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/*
 * Mach Operating System
 * Copyright (c) 1991,1990,1989 Carnegie Mellon University
 * All Rights Reserved.
 *
 * Permission to use, copy, modify and distribute this software and its
 * documentation is hereby granted, provided that both the copyright
 * notice and this permission notice appear in all copies of the
 * software, derivative works or modified versions, and any portions
 * thereof, and that both notices appear in supporting documentation.
 *
 * CARNEGIE MELLON ALLOWS FREE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE IN ITS
 * CONDITION.  CARNEGIE MELLON DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY OF ANY KIND FOR
 * ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
 *
 * Carnegie Mellon requests users of this software to return to
 *
 *  Software Distribution Coordinator  or  Software.Distribution@CS.CMU.EDU
 *  School of Computer Science
 *  Carnegie Mellon University
 *  Pittsburgh PA 15213-3890
 *
 * any improvements or extensions that they make and grant Carnegie the
 * rights to redistribute these changes.
 */
/*
 * (pre-GNU) HISTORY
 *
 * Revision 2.3  92/04/01  19:38:02  rpd
 * 	Added err_codes_device.
 * 	[92/03/09            rpd]
 *
 * Revision 2.2  92/01/16  00:08:50  rpd
 * 	Moved from user collection to mk collection.
 *
 * Revision 2.3  91/08/29  15:51:22  rpd
 * 	Updated err_codes_kern.
 * 	[91/08/15            rpd]
 *
 * Revision 2.2  91/03/27  16:05:27  mrt
 * 	First checkin
 *
 */
/*
 *	File: 	err_kern.sub
 *	Author:	Douglas Orr, Carnegie Mellon University
 *	Date:	Mar, 1988
 *
 *	error codes for Mach and Unix kernels
 */

static char * err_codes_kern[] = {
	"(os/kern) successful",
	"(os/kern) invalid address",
	"(os/kern) protection failure",
	"(os/kern) no space available",
	"(os/kern) invalid argument",
	"(os/kern) failure",
	"(os/kern) resource shortage",
	"(os/kern) not receiver",
	"(os/kern) no access",
	"(os/kern) memory failure",
	"(os/kern) memory error",
	"(os/kern) already in set",
	"(os/kern) not in set",
	"(os/kern) name exists",
	"(os/kern) aborted",
	"(os/kern) invalid name",
	"(os/kern) invalid task",
	"(os/kern) invalid right",
	"(os/kern) invalid value",
	"(os/kern) urefs overflow",
	"(os/kern) invalid capability",
	"(os/kern) right exists",
	"(os/kern) invalid host",
	"(os/kern) memory present",
};

static char * err_codes_device[] = {
	"(os/device) hardware IO error",
	"(os/device) operation would block",
	"(os/device) no such device",
	"(os/device) device already open",
	"(os/device) device is shut down",
	"(os/device) invalid operation",
	"(os/device) invalid record number",
	"(os/device) invalid IO size",
	"(os/device) memory allocation failure",
	"(os/device) read only",
};

static char * err_codes_unix[] = {
	NO_SUCH_ERROR,
	"(os/unix) no rights to object",
	"(os/unix) file or directory does not exist",
	"(os/unix) no such process",
	"(os/unix) interrupted system call",
	"(os/unix) i/o error",
	"(os/unix) device does not exist",
	"(os/unix) argument list is too long",
	"(os/unix) invalid executable object format",
	"(os/unix) bad file descriptor number",
	"(os/unix) no child processes are present",
	"(os/unix) no more processes are available",
	"(os/unix) insufficient memory",
	"(os/unix) access denied",
	"(os/unix) memory access fault",
	"(os/unix) block device required for operation",
	"(os/unix) mount device busy",
	"(os/unix) file already exists",
	"(os/unix) cross device link",
	"(os/unix) device does not exist",
	"(os/unix) object is not a directory",
	"(os/unix) object is a directory",
	"(os/unix) invalid argument",
	"(os/unix) internal file table overflow",
	"(os/unix) maximum number of open files reached",
	"(os/unix) object is not a tty-like device",
	"(os/unix) executable object is in use",
	"(os/unix) file is too large",
	"(os/unix) no space is left on device",
	"(os/unix) illegal seek attempt",
	"(os/unix) read-only file system",
	"(os/unix) too many links",
	"(os/unix) broken pipe",
	"(os/unix) argument is too large",
	"(os/unix) result is out of range",
	"(os/unix) operation on device would block",
	"(os/unix) operation is now in progress",
	"(os/unix) operation is already in progress",
	"(os/unix) socket operation attempted on non-socket object",
	"(os/unix) destination address is required",
	"(os/unix) message is too long",
	"(os/unix) protocol type is incorrect for socket",
	"(os/unix) protocol type is not available",
	"(os/unix) protocol type is not supported",
	"(os/unix) socket type is not supported",
	"(os/unix) operation is not supported on sockets",
	"(os/unix) protocol family is not supported",
	"(os/unix) address family is not supported by protocol family",
	"(os/unix) address is already in use",
	"(os/unix) can't assign requested address",
	"(os/unix) network is down",
	"(os/unix) network is unreachable",
	"(os/unix) network dropped connection on reset",
	"(os/unix) software aborted connection",
	"(os/unix) connection reset by peer",
	"(os/unix) no buffer space is available",
	"(os/unix) socket is already connected",
	"(os/unix) socket is not connected",
	"(os/unix) can't send after socket shutdown",
	"(os/unix) too many references; can't splice",
	"(os/unix) connection timed out",
	"(os/unix) connection was refused",
	"(os/unix) too many levels of symbolic links",
	"(os/unix) file name exceeds system maximum limit",
	"(os/unix) host is down",
	"(os/unix) there is no route to host",
	"(os/unix) directory is not empty",
	"(os/unix) quota on number of processes exceeded",
	"(os/unix) quota on number of users exceeded",
	"(os/unix) quota on available disk space exceeded",
};

static struct error_subsystem err_kern_sub[] = {
	{
	"(os/kern)",
	errlib_count(err_codes_kern),
	err_codes_kern,
	},
	{
	"(os/device)",
	errlib_count(err_codes_device),
	err_codes_device,
	},
	{
	"(os/?)",
	0,
	},
	{
	"(os/unix)",
	errlib_count(err_codes_unix),
	err_codes_unix,
	},
};