Message 5 of 10 (527 Views) Reply 0 Likes AncaTilea Super Contributor Posts: 543 Re: ERROR: Utility file open failed. Turning off MEMLIB and MEMCACHE seems to be the way to go. Also, the value of a file system registry setting called NtfsDisable8dot3NameCreation might not allow this short folder name to be created. Message 10 of 10 (231 Views) Reply 0 Likes « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Post a Question Discussion Stats 9 replies 08-13-2013 09:49 AM 856 views 0 Check This Out
In the current SAS-session these locations must be the same.The SAS_utill .... Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 08-13-2013 10:51 AM Within the current WORK directory there are two temp You point cleanwork to the directory that you use as your WORK directory and/or the directory that you use for the UTILLOC directory, and it goes through and cleans up any Enter the dir /x command again to see the folders.
either out of disk space or out of inodes). 2. When this step was stopped there were 0 observations and 4 variables.WARNING: Data set WORK.SORTHAZ3 was not replaced because this step was stopped.ERROR: SAS ended due to errors. A Technical Support hot fix for SAS 9.1 (TS1M0) for this issue is available at: http://www.sas.com/techsup/download/hotfix/b9_sbcs_prod_list.html#012666 For customers running SAS with Asian Language Support (DBCS), this hot fix should be downloaded
If you specified the location of temporary utility files with the UTILLOC option, you will need to increase the space in your UTILLOC allocation. If errors occur, open a track with SAS Technical Support and email the entire contents of the SAS log window, starting with the copyright information, and email the renewal SID file. A fix for this issue for Base SAS 9.21_M3 is available at:http://ftp.sas.com/techsup/download/hotfix/HF2/B25.html#45369A fix for this issue for SAS Threaded Kernel Core Routines 9.3_M1 is available at:http://ftp.sas.com/techsup/download/hotfix/HF2/G01.html#45369 Type:Problem NotePriority:mediumDate Modified:2012-01-11 14:52:46Date Created:2012-01-11 Ah, I was forgetting Windows itself there ;-).
Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 08-13-2013 11:44 AM As you stated: Without having set the Memcache Memlib Juust at some synchronisation points it will write some information out.By that you can expect not seeing anything happening and .... The other 25% of the time, no dataset is named and I assume the error is coming from PROC IML. The file system where the utility files are written may have been created or mounted with the NOLARGEFILES option.
Many sites set up cron processes so that cleanwork runs once a week or once a day--no one needs to get off the system while cleanwork runs, so your sys admin http://support.sas.com/kb/45369 Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Find a Community Communities Welcome Getting Started Community Memo Community Matters Community Suggestion Box Have Your Say SAS Programming Base SAS Programming It attacks a few specific jobs which tend to be long-running or with larger data sets. Providing software solutions since 1976 Sign in Create Profile Welcome [Sign out] Edit Profile My SAS Search support.sas.com KNOWLEDGE BASE Products & Solutions System Requirements Install Center Third-Party Software Reference Documentation
To use the fsutil command, follow these steps: Access a DOS command prompt and enter cd\ to get to the root of the drive letter. http://wx2me.com/sas-error/sas-error-file-in-use.php You might not have a PROGRA~1 folder. To view the RateIT tab, click here. To circumvent the problem, include the NWAY option in the PROC MEANS or PROC SUMMARY statement.
Check configuration file, SAS environment options or command line options. ERROR: Utility file open failed. Note that page 1 of System Requirements for SAS 9.3 Foundation for Microsoft Windows states that 8.3 filename convention must remain enabled. http://wx2me.com/sas-error/sas-error-data-set-is-already-open-for-output.php You only need to code REGION on your job card.
If you do not have that amount of space available in the WORK directory, you receive an error (as you did in this case) and the process fails. You might have a SASFoundation folder, but check to see whether there is an associated SASFOU~1 folder. Workaround Important: If SAS Visual Analytics and SAS LASR Analytic Server are installed, do not use this workaround.
Close all SAS sessions. Increasing MEMSIZE may help if this is the case. Another choice would be to point the -UTILLOC option to another directory where you know you have a lot of space. SAS option '-RESOURCESLOC' not setType:Problem NotePriority:mediumDate Modified:2015-07-10 11:57:17Date Created:2012-09-12 16:35:56 This content is presented in an iframe, which your browser does not support.
Enter exit to exit the cmd prompt. Be sure that you have both read and write permissions for this directory. Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 08-13-2013 12:04 PM What I'm hearing is it is probably due to navigate here A fix for this issue for SAS/QC 9.21 is available.
Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 08-13-2013 09:49 AM Running SAS 9.2 on Windows.I have enabled MEMCACHE and Please contact SAS Technical Support at the link shown below for information on accessing the hot fix.http://support.sas.com/techsup/contact/index.html If you are processing a large number of BY groups in PROC RELIABILITY then The number of BY groups in these partitions must be determined by trial and error. You must specify the -UTILLOC option on the sas command; you cannot put it on an OPTIONS statement--it will not work there.
The user could have exhausted their disk space quota on the file system where the utility files are being written, if quotas have been enabled for that user. 3. by setting a wait or retry time before it just throws in the towel and spits out an error message? Type dir progr*.* /x and press the Enter key. A Hot Fix is planned for this problem.Operating System and Release InformationProduct FamilyProductSystemSAS ReleaseReportedFixed*SAS SystemSAS/QCz/OS9.2 TS1M09.2 TS2M2Microsoft® Windows® for 64-Bit Itanium-based Systems9.2 TS1M09.2 TS2M2Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Datacenter 64-bit Edition9.2 TS1M09.2
I have only MEMLIB set. Providing software solutions since 1976 Sign in Create Profile Welcome [Sign out] Edit Profile My SAS Search support.sas.com KNOWLEDGE BASE Products & Solutions System Requirements Install Center Third-Party Software Reference Documentation Other circumventions include adding the NOTHREADS option to the PROC MEANS or PROC SUMMARY statement and/or using a BY statement instead of a CLASS statement. Operating System and Release InformationProduct FamilyProductSystemSAS ReleaseReportedFixed*SAS SystemBase SASz/OS9.1 TS1M3* For software releases that are not yet generally available, the Fixed Release is the software release in which the problem is
My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages To view the RateIT tab, click here. The reason is that a process run with TAGSORT can take longer to run, depending on what your data look like. Type cd\ and press the Enter key, so that you are at the root of the current drive letter.
Some of the procedures which may be affected are: SORT, SUMMARY, SQL, FREQ, MEANS, REPORT and DMREG This is corrected in SAS 9.1 (TS1M3). Utility file open failed. To determine the directory used for the creation of utility files, run this step: proc options option=work; proc options option=utilloc; run; Your SAS log file will show the location of the