Hot Fix Downloads
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|D7H001 was replaced by D7H004|
|D7H002 was replaced by D7H004|
|D7H003 was replaced by D7H004|
|SAS/ACCESS Interface to Hadoop 9.45|
|61658||Cells might not be properly reinitialized when you read SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop data in SAS® Enterprise Guide®||D7H001|
|63952||Queries of Hadoop tables return "WARNING: The following column could have a length in SAS of 32767..." and cause performance problems||D7H001|
|62637||The TEMPORARY keyword is missing for a staging table when you use SAS® High Performance procedures with the LIBNAME option DBCREATE_TABLE_OPTS=||D7H001|
|60410||Using the HDFS_TEMPDIR= option in a LIBNAME statement to connect to Hadoop might produce an error||D7H001|
|61488||MapReduce property overrides are not honored in the mapred-site.xml file leveraged by the SAS_HADOOP_CONFIG_PATH directory||D7H001|
|63170||"Unable to transcode data to/from UCS-2 encoding" occurs after invalid characters are read in an Amazon Redshift, Netezza, or PostgreSQL table||D7H001|
|62728||Merging a Hive table that contains a decimal data type in PROC DS2 fails when the DS2ACCEL=NO option is specified||D7H001|
|63834||ALERT - SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop ignores blank values when you use a WHERE clause with the SQL procedure and the option DBIDIRECTEXEC||D7H002|
|63994||You encounter various errors when you use S3 data in combination with other actions||D7H002|
|64013||The Hive Driver is not supported for S3 or Hive 3||D7H002|
|64025||You encounter the message "ERROR: HTTP Request Failed ERROR: HTTP Status: 400...Oozie Error: E0803..." when using PROC SQOOP with Cloudera 6.x||D7H002|
|62643||The error "...java.util.concurrent.TimeoutException Could not open connection..." occurs when you try to connect to Hadoop||D7H002|
|63913||Errors occur with the HADOOP procedure or the FILENAME HADOOP statement when you try to access Amazon S3 data||D7H002|
|64027||A segmentation violation occurs when you run DATA step code in Hadoop||D7H002|
|64071||SAS® Deployment Manager stops responding on the Hadoop Cluster SSH Credentials panel when you connect to Hortonworks Data Platform version 3||D7H002|
|64225||Results are returned more slowly than expected when you access Hadoop views with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop||D7H003|
|64026||When you read data tables on Azure HDInsights with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop, the reads might default to JDBC||D7H004|
|65789||The "Create Date" attribute for tables in Hadoop shows as missing in SAS® Studio and in output from the CONTENTS procedure||D7H004|
|NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix B6Q091 for Base SAS 9.4_M5.|
If you install this hot fix and are running SAS In-Database for Hadoop on Linux, you must also install hot fix B8T004.
|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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