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A device may fail due to several reasons. The below table lists all the possible error codes together with their description and recommended actions.
If the issue still persists, please contact support.
|Error Code||Description||Recommended Actions|
|DEV_E100||Internal error||Contact support|
|DEV_E101||Downloading internal artifact failed|
|DEV_E102||Pulling internal docker image failed||
|DEV_E103||Installing pip package failed||
|DEV_E104||Installing docker failed||
|DEV_E105||Installing system package failed||
|DEV_E106||Managing files on device failed|
|DEV_E107||Internal service failed to start||Contact support|
|DEV_E108||Initialization time exceeded|
|DEV_E109||Initialization failed due to network error|
|DEV_E110||Initialization failed due to docker login error||
To check if a device has an active internet connection, execute the command:
ping -c 4 18.104.22.168 at the device’s terminal. The [ping](https://linux.die.net/man/8/ping) command will try to reach Google Public DNS. If successful, you should see an output as:
4 packets transmitted, 4 received, 0% packet loss.
To check if there is adequate disk space on device, run the command:
df -h at the device’s terminal. The [df](https://linux.die.net/man/1/df) command will display your disk usage. Ensure the value of percentage used for your main filesystem is not nearly 100%.