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error_log https://bitbucket.org/Jon_Ward6/giam6386.git | Unknown | 211 lines
4[04-May-2011 10:21:51] MySQL error #1054 : Unknown column 'user_id' in 'field list'
5[04-May-2011 11:38:54] MySQL error #1064 : You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'call 
6					(call_uid, user_uid, rep_uid,end_time, time_spent) 
7					VALUES ('1C5' at line 1
8[04-May-2011 11:43:36] MySQL error #1064 : You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'call 
9					(call_uid, user_uid, rep_uid,end_time, time_spent) 
164[05-May-2011 10:19:05] MySQL error #1064 : You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'WHERE rep_uid='rewr-bgtr-wert-5hjo-qwww'' at line 1
165[05-May-2011 10:19:05] MySQL error #1064 : You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'WHERE rep_uid='rewr-bgtr-wert-5hjo-qwww'' at line 1
166[05-May-2011 10:19:35] MySQL error #1064 : You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ' WHERE .call_uid='8CD458BD-6842-4231-9E33-B04F080454F7' AND .module_uid=.module_' at line 1
198[05-May-2011 10:25:11] MySQL error #1064 : You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'DESC' at line 1
199[05-May-2011 10:25:11] MySQL error #1064 : You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'DESC' at line 1
200[05-May-2011 10:29:53] MySQL error #1054 : Unknown column 'date_creation' in 'order clause'
208[05-May-2011 14:58:40] PHP Warning:  preg_replace() [<a href='function.preg-replace'>function.preg-replace</a>]: Delimiter must not be alphanumeric or backslash in /home/war48412/public_html/clients/nurofen/ipad/nurofenservice.php on line 113
209[05-May-2011 16:26:07] PHP Parse error:  syntax error, unexpected T_OBJECT_OPERATOR in /home/war48412/public_html/clients/nurofen/ipad/nurofenservice.php on line 129
210[05-May-2011 16:27:03] PHP Parse error:  syntax error, unexpected T_OBJECT_OPERATOR in /home/war48412/public_html/clients/nurofen/ipad/nurofenservice.php on line 129
mdm_errorCode.properties https://bitbucket.org/pymma/mosaic.git | Properties File | 1,403 lines
25# com.sun.mdm.index.edm.presentation.handlers.AssumeMatchHandler
26MDM-MI-ASM009 = Error  occurred
27
31# com.sun.mdm.index.edm.presentation.handlers.AssumeMatchHandler
32MDM-MI-ASM011 = Error  occurred
33
46# com.sun.mdm.index.edm.presentation.handlers.AssumeMatchHandler
47MDM-MI-ASM016 = Error  occurred
48
52# com.sun.mdm.index.edm.presentation.handlers.AssumeMatchHandler
53MDM-MI-ASM018 = Error  occurred
54
64# com.sun.mdm.index.edm.presentation.handlers.AssumeMatchHandler
65MDM-MI-ASM022 = Error  occurred
66
testWriter.c https://bitbucket.org/vaporoid/libxml2.git | C | 1,198 lines
77    if (writer == NULL) {
78        printf("testXmlwriterFilename: Error creating the xml writer\n");
79        return;
87        printf
88            ("testXmlwriterFilename: Error at xmlTextWriterStartDocument\n");
89        return;
96        printf
97            ("testXmlwriterFilename: Error at xmlTextWriterStartElement\n");
98        return;
109        printf
110            ("testXmlwriterFilename: Error at xmlTextWriterWriteComment\n");
111        return;
118        printf
119            ("testXmlwriterFilename: Error at xmlTextWriterStartElement\n");
120        return;
connection_parser.c https://bitbucket.org/advaitraut/networkmanager.git | C | 3,065 lines
963			if (value_len % 2) {
964				g_set_error (error, ifnet_plugin_error_quark (),
965					     0,
1417	if (!value) {
1418		g_set_error (error, ifnet_plugin_error_quark (), 0,
1419			     "Missing IEEE_8021X_EAP_METHODS for key management '%s'",
1471	if (nm_setting_802_1x_get_num_eap_methods (s_8021x) == 0) {
1472		g_set_error (error, ifnet_plugin_error_quark (), 0,
1473			     "No valid EAP methods found in IEEE_8021X_EAP_METHODS.");
1495	if (!exist_ssid (ssid)) {
1496		g_set_error (error, ifnet_plugin_error_quark (), 0,
1497			     "No security info found for ssid: %s", ssid);
1547		if (adhoc) {
1548			g_set_error (error, ifnet_plugin_error_quark (), 0,
1549				     "Ad-Hoc mode cannot be used with KEY_MGMT type '%s'",
goutputstream.c https://bitbucket.org/super119/plu2youku.git | C | 1,340 lines
191    {
192      g_set_error (error, G_IO_ERROR, G_IO_ERROR_INVALID_ARGUMENT,
193		   _("Too large count value passed to %s"), G_STRFUNC);
361    {
362      g_set_error (error, G_IO_ERROR, G_IO_ERROR_CLOSED,
363		   _("Source stream is already closed"));
401    {
402      g_set_error (error, G_IO_ERROR, G_IO_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED,
403		   _("Output stream doesn't implement write"));
1074    {
1075      g_set_error (error, G_IO_ERROR, G_IO_ERROR_CLOSED,
1076		   _("Stream is already closed"));
1081    {
1082      g_set_error (error, G_IO_ERROR, G_IO_ERROR_PENDING,
1083		      /* Translators: This is an error you get if there is
live-g-file.c https://bitbucket.org/super119/plu2youku.git | C | 1,099 lines
112  gboolean res;
113  GError *error;
114  GFileOutputStream *outs;
469  gboolean res;
470  GError *error;
471  GFileEnumerator *enumerator;
825	  if (error)
826	    log ("       error code %d = %s\n", error->code, error->message);
827
996	      g_assert (error != NULL);
997	      g_assert_cmpint (error->code, ==, G_IO_ERROR_NOT_FOUND);
998	    }
1002	      log ("      result = %d, error = %s\n", res, error->message);
1003	      g_error_free (error);
1004	    }
error_reporting.xml https://bitbucket.org/super119/plu2youku.git | XML | 688 lines
29<link linkend="void">void</link>                <link linkend="g-error-free">g_error_free</link>                        (<link linkend="GError">GError</link> *error);
30<link linkend="GError">GError</link>*             <link linkend="g-error-copy">g_error_copy</link>                        (const <link linkend="GError">GError</link> *error);
31<link linkend="gboolean">gboolean</link>            <link linkend="g-error-matches">g_error_matches</link>                     (const <link linkend="GError">GError</link> *error,
320<para>
321Members of the error code enumeration are called <literal>&lt;NAMESPACE&gt;_&lt;MODULE&gt;_ERROR_&lt;CODE&gt;</literal>, for example <link linkend="G-SPAWN-ERROR-FORK:CAPS"><literal>G_SPAWN_ERROR_FORK</literal></link> or <link linkend="G-THREAD-ERROR-AGAIN:CAPS"><literal>G_THREAD_ERROR_AGAIN</literal></link>. 
322</para>
516<title>g_error_free ()</title>
517<indexterm zone="g-error-free"><primary>g_error_free</primary></indexterm><programlisting><link linkend="void">void</link>                g_error_free                        (<link linkend="GError">GError</link> *error);</programlisting>
518<para>
528<title>g_error_copy ()</title>
529<indexterm zone="g-error-copy"><primary>g_error_copy</primary></indexterm><programlisting><link linkend="GError">GError</link>*             g_error_copy                        (const <link linkend="GError">GError</link> *error);</programlisting>
530<para>
542<title>g_error_matches ()</title>
543<indexterm zone="g-error-matches"><primary>g_error_matches</primary></indexterm><programlisting><link linkend="gboolean">gboolean</link>            g_error_matches                     (const <link linkend="GError">GError</link> *error,
544                                                         <link linkend="GQuark">GQuark</link> domain,
glib-Error-Reporting.html https://bitbucket.org/super119/plu2youku.git | HTML | 814 lines
66void                <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#g-error-free" title="g_error_free ()">g_error_free</a>                        (<a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#GError" title="GError">GError</a> *error);
67<a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#GError" title="GError">GError</a>*             <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#g-error-copy" title="g_error_copy ()">g_error_copy</a>                        (const <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#GError" title="GError">GError</a> *error);
68<a class="link" href="glib-Basic-Types.html#gboolean" title="gboolean">gboolean</a>            <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#g-error-matches" title="g_error_matches ()">g_error_matches</a>                     (const <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#GError" title="GError">GError</a> *error,
183When implementing a function that can report errors, the basic tool is
184<a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#g-set-error" title="g_set_error ()"><code class="function">g_set_error()</code></a>. Typically, if a fatal error occurs you want to <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#g-set-error" title="g_set_error ()"><code class="function">g_set_error()</code></a>,
185then return immediately. <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#g-set-error" title="g_set_error ()"><code class="function">g_set_error()</code></a> does nothing if the error location passed
372          The last argument of a function that returns an error should be a
373          location where a <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#GError" title="GError"><span class="type">GError</span></a> can be placed (i.e. "<a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#GError" title="GError"><span class="type">GError</span></a>** error").  If
374          <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#GError" title="GError"><span class="type">GError</span></a> is used with varargs, the <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#GError" title="GError"><span class="type">GError</span></a>** should be the last
402          of continuing. If you were able to continue, you should have cleared
403          the previous error with <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#g-clear-error" title="g_clear_error ()"><code class="function">g_clear_error()</code></a>. <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#g-set-error" title="g_set_error ()"><code class="function">g_set_error()</code></a> will complain
404          if you pile up errors.
569<a name="g-error-copy"></a><h3>g_error_copy ()</h3>
570<pre class="programlisting"><a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#GError" title="GError">GError</a>*             g_error_copy                        (const <a class="link" href="glib-Error-Reporting.html#GError" title="GError">GError</a> *error);</pre>
571<p>
errors.65 https://bitbucket.org/vrrm/xoanon-doc.git | Unknown | 1,064 lines
197.item eh:return-value
198If the error was signalled by calling 3ferror* or 3cerror*, the second value
199is returned from that function, regardless of whether the error was proceedable.
257that something has gone wrong.  Lisp programs can also signal errors,
258by using any of the functions 3ferror*, 3cerror*, or 3error*.
2593ferror* is the most commonly used of these.  3cerror* is used
273.defun ferror condition-name control-string &rest params
2743ferror* signals the error condition 2condition-name*.  The associated error
275message is obtained by calling 3format* (see (format)) on 2control-string*
682error message, and the second line contains the abbreviated backtrace.
6833foo* signalled the error by calling 3ferror*, however 3ferror*
684is censored out of the backtrace.
822is the one which signalled the error; either the one which got the microcode-detected
823error, or the one which called 3ferror*, 3cerror*, or 3error*.
824When the debugger starts it up it shows you this frame in the following format:
errors.64 https://bitbucket.org/vrrm/xoanon-doc.git | Unknown | 1,062 lines
197.item eh:return-value
198If the error was signalled by calling 3ferror* or 3cerror*, the second value
199is returned from that function, regardless of whether the error was proceedable.
257that something has gone wrong.  Lisp programs can also signal errors,
258by using any of the functions 3ferror*, 3cerror*, or 3error*.
2593ferror* is the most commonly used of these.  3cerror* is used
273.defun ferror condition-name control-string &rest params
2743ferror* signals the error condition 2condition-name*.  The associated error
275message is obtained by calling 3format* (see (format)) on 2control-string*
682error message, and the second line contains the abbreviated backtrace.
6833foo* signalled the error by calling 3ferror*, however 3ferror*
684is censored out of the backtrace.
822is the one which signalled the error; either the one which got the microcode-detected
823error, or the one which called 3ferror*, 3cerror*, or 3error*.
824When the debugger starts it up it shows you this frame in the following format:
errors.62 https://bitbucket.org/vrrm/xoanon-doc.git | Unknown | 1,014 lines
197.item eh:return-value
198If the error was signalled by calling 3ferror* or 3cerror*, the second value
199is returned from that function, regardless of whether the error was proceedable.
257that something has gone wrong.  Lisp programs can also signal errors,
258by using any of the functions 3ferror*, 3cerror*, or 3error*.
2593ferror* is the most commonly used of these.  3cerror* is used
273.defun ferror condition-name control-string &rest params
2743ferror* signals the error condition 2condition-name*.  The associated error
275message is obtained by calling 3format* (see (format)) on 2control-string*
593not the debugger's error message is printed.  All errors are caught by
5943errset*, whether they are signalled by 3ferror*, 3cerror*, 3error*,
595or the Lisp system itself.
822is the one which signalled the error; either the one which got the microcode-detected
823error, or the one which called 3ferror*, 3cerror*, or 3error*.
824When the debugger starts it up it shows you this frame in the following format:
scala-ide.log https://bitbucket.org/ligrecito/nettyexamplesinscala.git | Unknown | 14,301 lines
22013-01-04 13:50:26,723 ERROR [Worker-11] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.util.ErrorHandlerWrapper.createSAXParseException(ErrorHandlerWrapper.java:195)
32013-01-04 13:50:26,723 ERROR [Worker-11] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.util.ErrorHandlerWrapper.fatalError(ErrorHandlerWrapper.java:174)
42013-01-04 13:50:26,723 ERROR [Worker-11] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.impl.XMLErrorReporter.reportError(XMLErrorReporter.java:388)
2912013-01-04 14:11:49,523 ERROR [Worker-20] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.util.ErrorHandlerWrapper.fatalError(ErrorHandlerWrapper.java:174)
2922013-01-04 14:11:49,523 ERROR [Worker-20] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.impl.XMLErrorReporter.reportError(XMLErrorReporter.java:388)
2932013-01-04 14:11:49,523 ERROR [Worker-20] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.impl.XMLScanner.reportFatalError(XMLScanner.java:1414)
4832013-01-04 15:35:24,324 ERROR [Worker-31] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.util.ErrorHandlerWrapper.createSAXParseException(ErrorHandlerWrapper.java:195)
4842013-01-04 15:35:24,324 ERROR [Worker-31] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.util.ErrorHandlerWrapper.fatalError(ErrorHandlerWrapper.java:174)
4852013-01-04 15:35:24,324 ERROR [Worker-31] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.impl.XMLErrorReporter.reportError(XMLErrorReporter.java:388)
16002013-01-04 15:55:43,801 ERROR [Worker-45] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.util.ErrorHandlerWrapper.fatalError(ErrorHandlerWrapper.java:174)
16012013-01-04 15:55:43,801 ERROR [Worker-45] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.impl.XMLErrorReporter.reportError(XMLErrorReporter.java:388)
16022013-01-04 15:55:43,801 ERROR [Worker-45] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.impl.XMLScanner.reportFatalError(XMLScanner.java:1414)
42092013-01-04 16:04:44,576 ERROR [Worker-51] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.util.ErrorHandlerWrapper.fatalError(ErrorHandlerWrapper.java:174)
42102013-01-04 16:04:44,576 ERROR [Worker-51] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.impl.XMLErrorReporter.reportError(XMLErrorReporter.java:388)
42112013-01-04 16:04:44,576 ERROR [Worker-51] - System.err - at com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.impl.XMLScanner.reportFatalError(XMLScanner.java:1414)
scsicodes https://bitbucket.org/floren/nxm-base.git | Unknown | 662 lines
200013 audio play operation successfully completed
210014 audio play operation stopped due to error
220015 no current audio status to return
350301 no write current
360302 excessive write errors
370400 logical unit not ready, cause not reportable
650801 logical unit communication time-out
660802 logical unit communication parity error
670803 logical unit communication crc error (ultra-dma/32)
680804 unreachable copy target
690900 track following error
700901 tracking servo failure
730904 head select fault
740a00 error log overflow
750b00 warning
constant-expression-cxx11.cpp https://bitbucket.org/codefirex/external_clang.git | C++ | 1,457 lines
5int x;
6static_assert(++x, "test"); // expected-error {{not an integral constant expression}}
7static_assert(false, "test"); // expected-error {{test}}
88  using IntParam0 = IntParam<id(0)>;
89  using IntParam0 = IntParam<MemberZero().zero>; // expected-error {{did you mean to call it with no arguments?}}
90}
94    switch (n) {
95    case MemberZero().zero: // expected-error {{did you mean to call it with no arguments?}} expected-note {{previous}}
96    case id(0): // expected-error {{duplicate case value '0'}}
104int &Recurse1 = Recurse2;
105constexpr int &Recurse3 = Recurse2; // expected-error {{must be initialized by a constant expression}} expected-note {{initializer of 'Recurse2' is not a constant expression}}
106
109const int RecurseA = 10;
110constexpr int RecurseC = RecurseB; // expected-error {{must be initialized by a constant expression}} expected-note {{initializer of 'RecurseB' is not a constant expression}}
111
p2-0x.cpp https://bitbucket.org/codefirex/external_clang.git | C++ | 596 lines
10struct This {
11  int this1 : this1; // expected-error {{undeclared}}
12  int this2 : this->this1; // expected-error {{invalid}}
32  NonConstexpr3();
33  int m : NonConstexpr2().n; // expected-error {{constant expression}} expected-note {{undefined constructor 'NonConstexpr2'}}
34};
39struct NonConstexpr5 {
40  int n : NonConstexpr4().n; // expected-error {{constant expression}} expected-note {{non-constexpr constructor 'NonConstexpr4' cannot be used in a constant expression}}
41};
138    case (int)(unsigned)(long long)4.4e9: // ok
139    case (int)(float)1e300: // expected-error {{constant expression}} expected-note {{value 1.0E+300 is outside the range of representable values of type 'float'}} expected-error {{duplicate case value '2147483647'}} expected-note {{previous case defined here}}
140    case (int)((float)1e37 / 1e30): // ok
140    case (int)((float)1e37 / 1e30): // ok
141    case (int)(__fp16)65536: // expected-error {{constant expression}} expected-note {{value 65536 is outside the range of representable values of type 'half'}} expected-error {{duplicate case value '2147483647'}}
142      break;
RegalDispatchError.cpp https://bitbucket.org/nigels_com/regal.git | C++ | 29,650 lines
9709    if (_error!=GL_NO_ERROR) {
9710      Error("glMultiTexCoord4s : ",Token::GLerrorToString(_error));
9711      #if REGAL_BREAK
9734    if (_error!=GL_NO_ERROR) {
9735      Error("glMultiTexCoord4sv : ",Token::GLerrorToString(_error));
9736      #if REGAL_BREAK
9759    if (_error!=GL_NO_ERROR) {
9760      Error("glSampleCoverage : ",Token::GLerrorToString(_error));
9761      #if REGAL_BREAK
9786    if (_error!=GL_NO_ERROR) {
9787      Error("glBlendFuncSeparate : ",Token::GLerrorToString(_error));
9788      #if REGAL_BREAK
14507    if (_error!=GL_NO_ERROR) {
14508      Error("glTransformFeedbackVaryings : ",Token::GLerrorToString(_error));
14509      #if REGAL_BREAK
vx222_ops.c https://bitbucket.org/emiliolopez/linux.git | C | 1,038 lines
524static const u8 vx2_akm_gains_lut[VX2_AKM_LEVEL_MAX+1] = {
525    0x7f,       // [000] =  +0.000 dB  ->  AKM(0x7f) =  +0.000 dB  error(+0.000 dB)
526    0x7d,       // [001] =  -0.500 dB  ->  AKM(0x7d) =  -0.572 dB  error(-0.072 dB)
526    0x7d,       // [001] =  -0.500 dB  ->  AKM(0x7d) =  -0.572 dB  error(-0.072 dB)
527    0x7c,       // [002] =  -1.000 dB  ->  AKM(0x7c) =  -0.873 dB  error(+0.127 dB)
528    0x7a,       // [003] =  -1.500 dB  ->  AKM(0x7a) =  -1.508 dB  error(-0.008 dB)
528    0x7a,       // [003] =  -1.500 dB  ->  AKM(0x7a) =  -1.508 dB  error(-0.008 dB)
529    0x79,       // [004] =  -2.000 dB  ->  AKM(0x79) =  -1.844 dB  error(+0.156 dB)
530    0x77,       // [005] =  -2.500 dB  ->  AKM(0x77) =  -2.557 dB  error(-0.057 dB)
530    0x77,       // [005] =  -2.500 dB  ->  AKM(0x77) =  -2.557 dB  error(-0.057 dB)
531    0x76,       // [006] =  -3.000 dB  ->  AKM(0x76) =  -2.937 dB  error(+0.063 dB)
532    0x75,       // [007] =  -3.500 dB  ->  AKM(0x75) =  -3.334 dB  error(+0.166 dB)
532    0x75,       // [007] =  -3.500 dB  ->  AKM(0x75) =  -3.334 dB  error(+0.166 dB)
533    0x73,       // [008] =  -4.000 dB  ->  AKM(0x73) =  -4.188 dB  error(-0.188 dB)
534    0x72,       // [009] =  -4.500 dB  ->  AKM(0x72) =  -4.648 dB  error(-0.148 dB)
xattr.c https://bitbucket.org/emiliolopez/linux.git | C | 986 lines
172	struct inode *inode = dentry->d_inode;
173	int error = -EAGAIN;
174	int issec = !strncmp(name, XATTR_SECURITY_PREFIX,
294
295	error = handler->get(handler, dentry, inode, name, value, error);
296	*xattr_value = value;
425	error = strncpy_from_user(kname, name, sizeof(kname));
426	if (error == 0 || error == sizeof(kname))
427		error = -ERANGE;
519	error = strncpy_from_user(kname, name, sizeof(kname));
520	if (error == 0 || error == sizeof(kname))
521		error = -ERANGE;
680	error = strncpy_from_user(kname, name, sizeof(kname));
681	if (error == 0 || error == sizeof(kname))
682		error = -ERANGE;
open.c https://bitbucket.org/emiliolopez/linux.git | C | 1,209 lines
71	struct dentry *upperdentry;
72	long error;
73
81
82	error = mnt_want_write(path->mnt);
83	if (error)
85
86	error = inode_permission(inode, MAY_WRITE);
87	if (error)
89
90	error = -EPERM;
91	if (IS_APPEND(inode))
99	upperdentry = d_real(path->dentry, NULL, O_WRONLY);
100	error = PTR_ERR(upperdentry);
101	if (IS_ERR(upperdentry))
xfs_rtalloc.c https://bitbucket.org/emiliolopez/linux.git | C | 1,287 lines
74{
75	int		error;		/* error value */
76	int		log;		/* loop counter, log2 of ext. size */
160	xfs_rtblock_t	end;		/* end of the allocated extent */
161	int		error;		/* error value */
162	xfs_rtblock_t	postblock = 0;	/* first block allocated > end */
885	xfs_buf_t	*bp;		/* temporary buffer */
886	int		error;		/* error return value */
887	xfs_mount_t	*nmp;		/* new (fake) mount structure */
1100	xfs_mount_t	*mp = tp->t_mountp;
1101	int		error;		/* error value */
1102	xfs_rtblock_t	r;		/* result allocated block */
1212{
1213	int		error;		/* error return value */
1214	xfs_sb_t	*sbp;
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