Message 2 of 8 (1,970 Views) Reply 0 Likes wutao9999 Contributor Posts: 51 Re: Error: A lock is not available for a table. inodes store the actual position of file blocks in the file space and the attributes of the file (owner, access etc)Directories are just files in the file space.Files may have several COM> Date: 2014-10-28 16:42:41 Message-ID: CADzQGZ185TTVVeMG-6g-1bdVOxr3iXGppXf7A1aKTVrEtax-tQ () mail ! Your cache administrator is webmaster. Check This Out
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This time the error arose when trying to append, the first > time for this type of error. Message 7 of 9 (20,352 Views) Reply 0 Likes chverma Learner Posts: 1 Re: Ways to overcome the ERROR: A lock is not available for dataset Options Mark as New Bookmark Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 07-02-2015 08:59 AM As promised, I'm coming to you with a 99% Can I use my client's GPL software?
ERROR: A lock is not available for STORE.EMPLOYEE.DATA. So, first I'm imported a CSV file, and then performing a data step to overwrite the file dropping some fields I don't need. You re not running one process when possible it will start several threads for you.Updating the same table that is also being retrieved was once possible (8.2) after that it got I can confirm that you can get that error also when running from base SAS. –Robert Penridge Jul 26 '13 at 0:48 add a comment| 3 Answers 3 active oldest votes
If you have a version prior to that you will notice slow lock times if your libname contains hundreds or thousands of datasets. Missing number error when using the scrbook document class LuaLaTeX Computing only one byte of a cryptographically secure hash function SSH makes all typed passwords visible when command is provided as The dataset renaming solution seems like the best bet, but I dislike how jumbled it makes your code look. read review Kevin, best of luck in all your SAS endeavors!
It seems that the code works 80% times when I run, but fails 20% times when I run it. This may be enough to avoid your locking problem. There is > >>> no way to determine that the data set is open within a viewer window. > >>> &SYSLCKRC is the only macro variable we have to determine the If you're running SAS on UNIX you can simply rm the file before writing it.rm does not affect the process that has the file open, it just removes the directory entry
You can write the new file, and once the user closes his file handle, the inode is also deleted and the data area is released.Because of this, I never use proc http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17862400/how-do-i-stop-a-lock-is-not-available-for-dataset-errors-in-sas Bitwise rotate right of 4-bit value Do set theorists work in T? EXITING SAS.; %stop_sas; %end; %else %do; %put NOTE: (MACRO.LOCK.SAS) THE DATASET YOU TRIED TO LOCK DOES NOT EXIST (OR YOU TRIED TO LOCK A VIEW WHICH IS NOT POSSIBLE). ; %put However, there are two different types of data I am working with - I want to insert a line of code in the beginning that looks at the first variable of
For version 9.4, the SAS startup configuration file is located at (in Windows): c:\program files\SASHome\SASFoundation\9.4\nls\en\sasv9.cfgThe following configuration option variable was set by adding a line to the above referenced sasv9.cfg file http://wx2me.com/sas-error/sas-error-data-set-is-already-open-for-output.php Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 09-29-2014 01:40 PM The issue is that: There is only one process No other program should have touched this > file to my knowledge. > > > NOTE: Appending WORK.POLY_PHD_9148 to WORK.POLY_PHD_ALL. > NOTE: There were 1114 observations read from the data set Don't know if this thing could be done in a Windows/Mac/other operating system environment.Here goes the code as much documented as I could.
Please try the request again. Did you ever find the root cause of this aggravating issue, or did you simply learn \ to live with it? Not the answer you're looking for? this contact form Message 3 of 9 (20,352 Views) Reply 0 Likes jakarman Valued Guide Posts: 3,202 Re: Ways to overcome the ERROR: A lock is not available for dataset Options Mark as New
I'm sure there could be some enhancement that could be made. so far I don't have work aorund for this yet. > >>> > >>> Response from SAS technical suppot regarding LOCK, > >>> "The LOCK statement works only if LOCK statement Second, DROP (like KEEP and RENAME) can be done in data set options, almost anywhere OUT= or SET or anything similar exists.
Data never sleeps Message 4 of 8 (1,970 Views) Reply 3 Likes wutao9999 Contributor Posts: 51 Re: Error: A lock is not available for a table. Then, run another time, it doesn't work, then run another time, it works again. Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 03-25-2014 10:13 AM I have to delve a little into the inner Here is an example of code that is giving me this error: data TSTONE.map; infile
Before Session A tries to do anything with it, it will check to see if it is locked. force; run; quit; %end; This was on my local machine, so there was nobody else attempting to access the dataset. I translated this macro that was written in french initialy.Have fun./*Pseudocode----------macro CheckLockOnLibrary Assign library Load datasets from dictionary.tables Capture active WORK directory into a macro variable For all SAS datasets listed, Split the creation and the update to the resulting location. ---->-- ja karman --<----- Message 4 of 9 (20,352 Views) Reply 0 Likes FVR New Contributor Posts: 2 Re: Ways to
It's been running without any reported errors for almost a year now (we've ironed out all the bugs we've encountered anyway). com [Download message RAW] I ended up doing something like this. It usually happens if I perform operations on the same dataset multiple times in one program. I should have also mentioned that the proper way to do this would be to license the SAS/SHARE module.
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