• 2019 Update 3
  • 03/07/2019
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Number of errors that has to be reached by a process before aborting the application.
disables the limit. Some errors are fatal and always cause an abort. Errors are counted per-process to avoid the need for communication among processes, as that has several drawbacks which outweigh the advantage of a global counter.
Do not ignore errors, because they change the behavior of the application, thus the default value stops immediately when the first such error is found.

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