Hot Fix Downloads for 64-bit Enabled AIX
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|V72001 was replaced by V72017|
|V72002 was replaced by V72017|
|V72003 was replaced by V72017|
|V72004 was replaced by V72017|
|V72005 was replaced by V72012|
|V72006 was replaced by V72017|
|V72007 was replaced by V72017|
|V72008 was replaced by V72017|
|V72009 was replaced by V72017|
|V72010 was replaced by V72017|
|V72011 was replaced by V72017|
|V72012 for 64-bit Enabled AIX|
|SAS Threaded Kernel Grid 9.4_M3|
|58721||SASGSUB sign-on fails with "ERROR: Access denied" when you enter a password that contains more than eight characters||V72005|
|61124||When you use the SASGSUB command-line utility to submit a job to the grid, the return code has a value of zero (0) instead of the correct error value||V72012|
|V72013 was replaced by V72017|
|V72014 was replaced by V72017|
|V72015 was replaced by V72017|
|V72016 was replaced by V72017|
|V72017 for 64-bit Enabled AIX|
|SAS Threaded Kernel Grid 9.4_M3|
|56498||Grid jobs might be launched with expired or nearly expired Kerberos tickets||V72001|
|59334||Kerberos credentials expire when running SAS® Object Spawner with a MapR cluster||V72001|
|59335||SAS® clients cannot connect to a Windows grid cluster||V72001|
|57577||You encounter delays when you start grid-launched workspace servers or when you sign on to the grid||V72002|
|57943||A grid-launched workspace server does not create a Kerberos ticket that can be forwarded||V72003|
|58305||The SAS Object Spawner stops spawning jobs when you use an expired password in a Kerberized grid||V72004|
|58800||Intermittent connection failures occur when you use end-to-end Integrated Windows Authentication with SAS® Grid Manager||V72006|
|60250||SAS® grid-launched workspace servers become unresponsive and fail to connect to a Hadoop cluster||V72007|
|60257||After killing a gridrun process, you are unable to launch a SAS® Object Spawner session||V72007|
|59097||SAS® Object Spawner memory use increases over time||V72008|
|59538||The SAS® Object Spawner incorrectly keeps ports to mbatchd processes in a CLOSE-WAIT state indefinitely||V72009|
|59792||A Hadoop grid job stops responding and no error messages occur||V72009|
|60254||A SAS® Object Spawner crashes intermittently in a grid environment when using grid-launched workspace servers with Kerberos authentication||V72009|
|60263||User sign-on to a grid environment fails when virtual host names do not match physical host names for grid machines||V72009|
|60193||Submitting Japanese named SAS® programs to the grid via the SASGSUB command fails with "Error: Exited with exit code 105"||V72010|
|60734||SAS® Object Spawners crash intermittently in a grid environment when using grid-launched workspace servers with Kerberos authentication||V72011|
|61718||An incorrect time is reported for the "Time job started" and "Time job completed" variables in the SAS® Grid Manager job.info file||V72013|
|62027||A memory leak might exist in SAS® Grid Manager for Hadoop||V72014|
|63590||Kerberos tickets are deleted before they are passed to the Apache Hadoop cluster||V72015|
|65786||A Hadoop connection error occurs in SAS® Grid Manager, but the standby-name node server is not used||V72016|
|63474||IBM Spectrum LSF 9.1.1, 9.1.2, 9.1.3, 10.1.0.3, and 10.1.0.6 contain a security vulnerability||V72017|
|NOTE: You must also install IBM Load Sharing Facility (LSF) patches as described in SAS Note 54800 to fully implement the fix for issue described in SAS Note 57577.|
If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix V21022 for Base SAS 9.4_M3.
If you install this hot fix and need the fix documented in SAS Note 59950, you must also install hot fix H9T001.
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