Hot Fix Downloads
General Information about Hot Fixes
|J9K001 was replaced by J9K009
|J9K002 was replaced by J9K009
|J9K003 was replaced by J9K009
|J9K004 was replaced by J9K009
|J9K005 was replaced by J9K009
|J9K006 was replaced by J9K009
|J9K007 was replaced by J9K009
|J9K008 was replaced by J9K009
|SAS Workload Orchestrator 9.47
|Grid-launched workspace servers fail when Kerberos authentication is used with SAS® Workload Orchestrator
|Signing in to SAS® Grid Manager from SAS® Enterprise Guide® takes a longer time than expected
|The maxStdOutLines parameter is added to the SAS® Workload Orchestrator web interface
|The maxStdOutLines parameter does not have a default value for SAS® Workload Orchestrator
|The high availability feature is added to SAS® Job Flow Scheduler
|The SGMG daemon in SAS® Workload Orchestrator returns a segmentation violation with the message "Exception occurred. Thread: SGMG Master Thread..."
|The SAS® Workload Orchestrator daemon on the grid controller host might experience a memory leak
|The message "TKM: Memory Error [CHECKOWNER]" occurs when you use SAS® Workload Orchestrator
|Kerberos credentials might not be removed from the disk or memory in SAS® Workload Orchestrator grid clients
|Kerberos connections to SAS® Workload Orchestrator from grid clients might fail to authenticate
|SAS® Workload Orchestrator memory consumption might steadily increase
|"An invalid compare order value was specified" occurs when using 'Compare Order' from the SAS® Workload Orchestrator web interface Configuration tab
|ALERT - Jobs might remain in a starting or running state indefinitely when using SAS® Grid Manager (SAS® Workload Orchestrator)
|Slow sign-ons to SAS® Grid Manager might result in the error “PROVIDER(SAS): Could not authenticate to the cluster”
|* Indicates that the fix for the issue described in this SAS Note does not apply to all Operating Systems.
|NOTE: The installation instructions for this hot fix contain a PRE-INSTALLATION section that must be reviewed before proceeding with the installation of this hot fix. This section includes a list of other hot fixes that must be applied. Please contact SAS Technical Support if you have questions.
|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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