The emake stub is a CloudBees Build Acceleration component used to detect
recursive make invocations during a distributed build. Normally it only
collects information about the recursive make invocation for deferred
processing later and does nothing more. However, in some cases the stub
determines that emake should be invoked directly, for example when
EMAKE_BUILD_MODE=local is set in the environment before the
recursive make is started. In those cases, the stub will attempt to
transparently invoke emake itself. Error EC1150 indicates that a problem
occurred when the stub tried to run emake. The error text provides
additional detail from the operating system about the cause of the
The error information from the operating system should provide guidance as to the root cause of the failure; however, since the set of possible causes is vast, it’s not possible to provide specific guidance here.
Generally this error indicates a problem with the installation of CloudBees Build Acceleration on the cluster host from which the error originated. An annotation file can help you determine which specific agent ran the stub which produced this result. Then you should try uninstalling and reinstalling CloudBees Build Acceleration on that host.