Hide Permalink George Triantafillou added a comment - 2014-10-27 13:26 Information requested was never provided. From what I can tell the difference between using Java and JavaWs has something with it acting like a daemon instead of a process. Log in to reply. Others: There are some known issues with the gtk-qt theme engine shipped with SuSE 9.2. http://powerproxy.net/exit-code/jvm-terminated-exit-code-2-solution.html
java eclipse error-handling share|improve this question edited Nov 4 '14 at 7:41 Chris Martin 15.7k23154 asked Sep 4 '13 at 8:41 Vladislav Bogdanov 425258 Check this - bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=333227 –Khobaib Also tried to remove "-Xj9" line from the .ini file but then got bigger problem of seeing the Windows Exception dialog. OP, do you try to access any files in your program? Indeed when I started gnome, Eclipse would also run fine.
I have once or twice seen a huge negative number. This is the accepted answer. If it works for some of you please up-vote. Anybody wanna try and offer some explanation?
Thanks! :) Reply With Quote 11-11-2010,04:53 AM #2 Zack Senior Member Join Date Jun 2010 Location Destiny Islands Posts 692 Rep Power 7 There is not, I'm afraid. RAD7 won't start up How to adjust credentials used for Subversion in Eclipse Galileo Accessing Subversion over http WSAD 5.0 +CVS All times are in JavaRanch time: GMT-6 in summer, GMT-7 From > what I can tell the difference between using Java and JavaWs has > something with it acting like a daemon instead of a process. Jvm Terminated Exit Code 1 Posted By lpt2007 (10 replies) Yesterday, 07:04 PM in New To Java Something went terribly wrong Posted By ChessIndustries (4 replies) Yesterday, 02:29 AM in New To Java Filling a frame
lol If it is, then why isn't that mentioned on Oracle's site? Java Exit Codes Can't we all just get along and try figure out how to fix this? Sometimes it happens while > you're debugging, sometimes when you open a large EJB, sometimes just for > fun. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6384565/getting-exit-value-of-a-shell-script-255-every-time Thanks in advance!!!
Show Christian Tornqvist added a comment - 2014-08-11 12:52 There is nothing in this bug report that points to this being a JDK (or JVM) issue. Hi all, I am using WSAD 5.1 on Windows XP. Thanks Jackie Report message to a moderator Re: Problems getting eclipse to recognize JDK [message #655523 is a reply to message #655515] Mon, 21 February 2011 14:40 Russell Topic Forum Directory > WebSphere > Forum: WebSphere Studio > Topic: JVM terminated exit code 255 11 replies Latest Post - 2004-07-21T07:42:15Z by SystemAdmin Display:ConversationsBy Date 1-12 of 12 Previous Next
I`m currently using W8 64x. https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=22705 Reply With Quote 11-11-2010,05:01 AM #8 Zack Senior Member Join Date Jun 2010 Location Destiny Islands Posts 692 Rep Power 7 I've discovered that they are not Windows System Codes. Jvm Terminated. Exit Code=255 There might be other programs accessing that jre, which won't find it anymore afterwards. –Calon Jul 18 '14 at 4:55 add a comment| protected by Community♦ Aug 20 '14 at 12:52 Exit Code 255 Windows Learning every day I have to say, and I'm quite happy with the results so far, but there are many many things I know nothing about.
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed this contact form Sometimes it happens while > you're debugging, sometimes when you open a large EJB, sometimes just for > fun. do rm -r -f on all java related files 5. My laptop has an P4 2GHz with 1 GB of memory (My desktop also has 1GB memory) and on my laptop WSAD has never crashed up to now??? "Ursula Klarmann, BOSS Java Was Started But Returned Exit Code=13
Finally, my fix was to choose a different GTK theme, the crash only seems to occur with me with the "Thin Keramic" theme (unfortunately the default on SuSe). Please reopen here if you are able to get a stack dump that shows Eclipse code is running at the time of the failure. If I use echo $return_code in shell script then I am getting correct value. have a peek here Comment 15 Rafael Chaves 2005-02-18 13:23:06 EST Sheesh...
Besides, according to https://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse/Installation, both LUNA and MARS need 1.7. Comment 27 TheReincarnator 2005-03-19 06:20:39 EST Created attachment 19018 [details] The crashing workspace attachment, as mentioned above. The time now is 11:46 AM.
I recently upgraded to 2.6.10 kernel from Mandrake and have since had no more issues with crashing eclipse regardless of the JVM in use. Wolfgang More... I thought this might have had something to do with the facets on my project (it was set to 1.5) I tried changing all these to the 1.6 JDK but still Ursula
Concerning the bug parade link, if you search a bit more, you will see that there is a large number of bugs with that exact hotspot crash, some fixed, some not. exit $return_code In java file I am creating a process and executing shell script and taking its exitvalue with following code Runtime runtime = Runtime.getRuntime(); Process process = runtime.exec(sh jar_executor.sh); int It is rare, but having no idea what it means defeats the purpose of the message. Check This Out I have been trying different ideas from SOF and from other forums, and in this cut/paste I forgot that I missed M (such a little thing to miss), so I thought
The problem is that we need to reproduce it consistently. My test.jar will return 1 if we pass 1 as an argument and 2 if we pass any other value.