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mirror tool status code

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Dear ESET.
 
I have question about Mirror tool.
Is there a status code list?
 
For example.
When a mirror tool has been started in linux.
The following is shown to an output end.
 
    Error: Perform full mirror failed with error code: 13317
 
What is the meaning of "13317" ?
 
If there is a status code list.
I'd like to acquire that.
 
Thanks in advance.

 

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Hello,

 

for future release, error codes will be "translated" to human readable format so that users can diagnose most common errors at least.

 

Error code 13317 (0x3405) "A required module failed to download" is most probably caused by file download error -> I guest it failed to download one or more files from mirror ... are there any other errors in the output?

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Hello,

 

Thank you for your response .

 

> for future release, error codes will be "translated" to human readable format so that users can diagnose most common errors at least.

 

That's good.

Well something of it's expected.

 

> Error code 13317 (0x3405) "A required module failed to download" is most probably caused by file download error -> I guest it failed to download one or more files from mirror

 

That's right.

 

> ... are there any other errors in the output?

 

No. There are no other errors.

 

It's excuse me by an another incident.

What is the meaning of "error code: 8449" ?

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It's excuse me by an another incident.
What is the meaning of "error code: 8449" ?

 

It is "Could not connect to server." used in case network connection to updates server (or HTTP proxy server) cannot be opened

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I really appreciate your help in resolving the problem.

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