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invalid return code of process [bootstrap] (exitcode = 128)

Hi all,

I get the following message when starting my dialog instance:

ERROR => invalid return code of process [bootstrap] (exitcode = 128) [jstartxx.c 1642]

JControlExecuteBootstrap: error executing bootstrap node [bootstrap] (rc = 128)

JControlCloseProgram: started (exitcode = 128)

JControlCloseProgram: good bye... (exitcode = 128)

The central instance starts without problems. But the central instance is running

on an other server (physically) than my dialog instance.

Does some know the error code 128, ic cannot find any information about that error code in other threads.

Really thanks for helping me...

Steve

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    Posted on Jul 29, 2008 at 09:06 AM

    Hello try to check the bootstrap logs --> Per Note 997510 - Troubleshooting J2EE Engine 6.40/7.0 Bootstrap Issues .

    Regards.

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2008 at 02:52 AM

    Hello Steve,

    Do you still face the issue?. If the issue is not solve, I might have the solution for you.

    Regards,

    AZLY

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      I am facing this same issue

      dev_jcontrol

      [Thr 9844] Wed Jun 03 14:32:43 2009

      [Thr 9844] *** ERROR => invalid return code of process [bootstrap] (exitcode = 128) [jstartxx.c 1642]

      [Thr 9844] JControlExecuteBootstrap: error executing bootstrap node [bootstrap] (rc = 128)

      [Thr 9844] JControlCloseProgram: started (exitcode = 128)

      [Thr 9844] JControlCloseProgram: good bye... (exitcode = 128)

      This is happening during the installation of ECC 6.0.

      Any help would be appreciated.

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