xargs [option…] [command [initial-arguments]]
xargs exits with the following status:
if it succeeds
if any invocation of the command exited with status 1-125
if the command exited with status 255
if the command is killed by a signal
if the command cannot be run
if the command is not found
if some other error occurred.
Exit codes greater than 128 are used by the shell to indicate that a program died due to a fatal signal.
|• xargs options
|• Conflicting xargs options
|• Invoking the shell from xargs