Hot Fix Downloads
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|C9A001 was replaced by C9A003|
|C9A002 was replaced by C9A003|
|SAS Scalable Performance Data Server 5.4|
|61228||SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server data partition files are written to the primary metadata path||C9A001|
|61231||SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server cluster modification causes out-of-memory error||C9A001|
|62713||A WHERE clause with a user-defined format causes a ". . . Libname path info not found . . ." error for SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server||C9A001|
|62828||ALERT - The Parallel Group-By facility produces an incorrect count for a composite index when the COUNT(distinct value) function is used||C9A001|
|63140||SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server DICTIONARY tables incorrectly return access control list (ACL) values for all users||C9A001|
|63769||Access Violation errors appear in the SAS® log after creating a wide SAS® Scalable Performance Data (SPD) Server table with the MINMAXVARLIST= option||C9A001|
|63771||You are unable to execute the SPD Server password database manager on a FIPS-enabled Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating system||C9A001|
|60092||An unexpected warning about the ClusterList template is generated when you run SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server 5.3||C9A001|
|62589||Lowercase values for macro variables in SAS® Scalable Performance Data (SPD) Server 5.4 and earlier cause the macro variable not to be implemented||C9A001|
|63141||Port vulnerability scanning software causes SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server to fail with a segmentation violation||C9A001|
|62607||The SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server Password Manager Utility crashes on RHEL 7.x systems when the user name contains underscores||C9A002|
|63768||The SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server DACCTAB function returns incorrect results using the SQL pass-through facility||C9A002|
|63770||A SAS® Scalable Performance Data (SPD) Server table name is truncated in a log to a maximum of eight characters||C9A002|
|64510||Sporadic "Server has disconnected" errors might occur while reading a SAS® Scalable Performance Data (SPD) Server table||C9A002|
|64842||SAS® 9.4 software references Apache Struts libraries that contain known vulnerabilities||C9A002|
|65678||A "Parse Failure" error message occurs in the SAS® log when you use a concatenated library with the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server||C9A003|
|65217||Performance degradation might occur when you use a COPY TABLE pass-through statement for a table with two indexes||C9A003|
|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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