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SAS Scalable Performance Data Server 5.4

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C9A001 was replaced by C9A002

C9A002
SAS Scalable Performance Data Server 5.4
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
61228 SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server data partition files are written to the primary metadata path C9A001
61231 SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server cluster modification causes out-of-memory error C9A001
62713 A WHERE clause with a user-defined format causes a ". . . Libname path info not found . . ." error for SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server C9A001
62828 ALERT - The Parallel Group-By facility produces an incorrect count for a composite index when the COUNT(distinct value) function is used C9A001
63140 SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server DICTIONARY tables incorrectly return access control list (ACL) values for all users C9A001
60092 An unexpected warning about the ClusterList template is generated when you run SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server 5.3 C9A001
62589 Lowercase values for macro variables in SAS® Scalable Performance Data (SPD) Server 5.4 and earlier cause the macro variable not to be implemented C9A001
63141 Port vulnerability scanning software causes SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server to fail with a segmentation violation C9A001
63769 Access Violation errors appear in the SAS® log after creating a wide SAS® Scalable Performance Data (SPD) Server table with the MINMAXVARLIST= option C9A002
62607 The SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server Password Manager Utility crashes on RHEL 7.x systems when the user name contains underscores C9A002
63768 The SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server DACCTAB function returns incorrect results using the SQL pass-through facility C9A002
63770 A SAS® Scalable Performance Data (SPD) Server table name is truncated in a log to a maximum of eight characters C9A002
64510 Sporadic "Server has disconnected" errors might occur while reading a SAS® Scalable Performance Data (SPD) Server table C9A002
Windows Released: May 10, 2019     Documentation: C9A002wn.html D       Download: C9A002pt.zip  
Windows for x64 Released: May 10, 2019     Documentation: C9A002x6.html D       Download: C9A002pt.zip  
64-bit Enabled Solaris Released: May 10, 2019     Documentation: C9A002s6.html D       Download: C9A002pt.zip  
64-bit Enabled AIX Released: May 10, 2019     Documentation: C9A002r6.html D       Download: C9A002pt.zip  
HP-UX IPF Released: May 10, 2019     Documentation: C9A002hx.html D       Download: C9A002pt.zip  
Linux for x64 Released: May 10, 2019     Documentation: C9A002la.html D       Download: C9A002pt.zip  
Solaris for x64 Released: May 10, 2019     Documentation: C9A002sx.html D       Download: C9A002pt.zip  
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