Mark (מרדכי) Nunberg

NAME

Couchbase::Client::Errors - Error definitions for Couchbase

DESCRIPTION

This is just a listing of the known and current error codes.

This listing may be incomplete and varies depending on which constants are actually provided by the libcouchbase installed on your system.

See $INCLUDE/libcouchbase/types.h for a full listing.

All listings are defined as LIBCOUCHBASE_$name in the C code, and as COUCHBASE_$name in Perl.

SUCCESS

No error has ocurred.

ETMPFAIL

A 'temporary' failure has ocurred. This usually means that the server which was the source or target of the operation (for example, a key store) was unreachable or unresponsive.

KEY_EEXISTS

An operation which required the key not to already exist was attempted, but the key was found to have already existed

KEY_ENOENT

An operation which required the key to already exist was attempted (i.e. get), but the key was not found.

NETWORK_ERROR

A network I/O issue was encountered during the operation.

NOT_MY_VBUCKET

An operation was sent to the wrong server. The server which received the operation does not host the key.

This error is common during failover and adding a new node to the cluster and is generally transient

AUTHOR & COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2012 M. Nunberg

You may use and distributed this software under the same terms and conditions as Perl itself.




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