Hot Fix Downloads
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|B3I001 was replaced by B3I004|
|B3I002 was replaced by B3I004|
|B3I003 was replaced by B3I004|
|SAS Data Loader Mid-Tier 3.1|
|60308||When you use Chain Directives in SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop, "ERROR: Access violation" occurs||B3I001|
|60605||Using the Load Data to LASR directive with the "Replace entire table" option generates a "Libref is not assigned" error||B3I001|
|60757||Profile reports generated by the Profile Data directive fail to open and return "ERROR: Failed to retrieve profile data from server"||B3I001|
|60767||SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop 3.1 creates excessively large log files||B3I001|
|60787||SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop does not allow you to choose from the multiple connection objects defined in metadata per installed RDBMS client||B3I001|
|60948||Hive high availability is available in SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop||B3I001|
|60979||The Load Data to LASR directive returns "ERROR:The SAS System stopped processing this step because of insufficient memory" when loading to a new table||B3I001|
|61184||In SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop 3.1, "Internal Server Error" occurs when you attempt to delete a newly created folder in the My Folder location||B3I001|
|61251||LIBNAME HADOOP statements that require a custom URI option fail in SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop||B3I001|
|61623||The Load Data to LASR directive fails with the "...not a valid SAS name..." error||B3I001|
|62498||SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop stops responding on the "Initializing" display when you use Google Chrome version 67 and later||B3I002|
|64936||The Cleanse Data directive in SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop returns incorrect results when you use MapReduce||B3I003|
|64943||SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop directives do not use the Apache Hadoop YARN queue property from the configuration file||B3I003|
|64993||A connection exception in SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop 3.1 generates java.lang.NoClassDefFound errors in the SAS Data Loader for Hadoop log file||B3I003|
|64998||The Copy Data from Hadoop directive generates the error "Input path does not exist" in SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop 3.1||B3I003|
|65001||The Import a File directive takes an excessively long time to upload large source files||B3I003|
|65004||Directives that utilize user-written Apache Hadoop SQL do not honor the AUTHDOMAIN parameter||B3I003|
|66132||A required hot fix updates your deployment of SAS® Data Loader for Hadoop 3.1||B3I004|
|NOTE: To enable the Oozie dispatch method, you must also update the Hadoop EP from the SAS Mirror Manager.|
If you install this hot fix and have Base SAS 9.4_M6 installed, you must also install hot fix D9T039.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS/ACCESS Interface to Hadoop 9.46 installed, you must also install hot fix E4Y007.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS Interface to Viya Model Publishing and Scoring 8.3 installed, you must also install hot fix F6M001.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS Threaded Kernel 9.4_M6 installed, you must also install hot fix F8C003.
|D indicates that the Documentation has special pre-installation, post-installation or other unique instructions not commonly used for hot fix deployment.|
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