Hot Fix Downloads for Solaris for x64
General Information about Hot Fixes
|W11001 was replaced by W11011|
|W11002 was replaced by W11011|
|W11003 was replaced by W11011|
|W11004 was replaced by W11011|
|W11005 was replaced by W11011|
|W11006 was replaced by W11011|
|W11007 was replaced by W11011|
|W11008 was replaced by W11011|
|W11009 was replaced by W11011|
|W11010 was replaced by W11011|
|W11011 for Solaris for x64|
|SAS/ACCESS Interface to Hadoop 9.43|
|56644||The SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop does not support Hortonworks Apache Knox Gateway||W11001|
|57099||WebHDFS REST API does not work correctly on SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop when high availability is configured in the Hadoop cluster||W11002|
|57067||"Filesystem closed" errors might occur when you are running the SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop with MapR on a Kerberized cluster||W11003|
|57016||SAS® Data Loader HCatalog file type formats fail on a Hortonworks 2.3 clusters||W11004|
|57489||Your job might fail or run very slowly when you use a large format XML file with the SAS® In-Database Code Accelerator for Hadoop||W11004|
|58152||ALERT - A Java exception error occurs in the SAS® Embedded Process when you use the SAS® High-Performance Risk cube reader||W11005|
|57311||SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop might hang or display unexpected or garbled output if the Hive property hive.exec.compress.output is set to TRUE||W11006|
|58708||You cannot dynamically change the SAS_HADOOP_CONFIG_PATH environment variable in SAS® Enterprise Guide®||W11006|
|58726||A "Read access denied" error occurs when you read or write to a Hive table in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop||W11006|
|58727||Hadoop tables fail to drop properly when the table data is in a Hadoop Distributed File System encryption zone||W11006|
|58315||ALERT - Records might be lost when you use SAS® Embedded Process for Hadoop||W11007|
|57776||Queries run against a large Hive table might be slow||W11008|
|59563||Repeated access of a Hadoop table increases the CPU time and the elapsed time||W11008|
|59564||The SCRATCH_DB= LIBNAME option is available for controlling the location of temporary output||W11008|
|62176||A ParseException occurs when you use SAS® system option DBIDIRECTEXEC with the LIBNAME option DBCREATE_TABLE_OPTS=||W11009|
|62214||The HADOOP procedure contains a memory leak that can affect performance in SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Hadoop||W11010|
|NOTE: If you install this hot fix and have SAS Threaded Kernel DS2 and FedSQL Language Processors 9.41_M1 for TDL installed, you must also install hot fix V68006.|
If you install this hot fix and have SAS Threaded Kernel DS2 and FedSQL Language Processors 9.41_M1 for HDL installed, you must also install hot fix V68007.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS Threaded Kernel DS2 and FedSQL Language Processors 9.41_M1 installed, you must also install hot fix A1F004.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS Threaded Kernel Core Routines 9.4_M3 installed, you must also install hot fix V63005.
If you install this hot fix you must also install hot fixes V21026, V01031, and V01097 and for Base SAS 9.4_M3.
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