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SAS Scalable Performance Data Server 5.2

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SAS Scalable Performance Data Server 5.2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
56146 A PROC SQL query with SELECT DISTINCT returns a pass-through error on numeric variables that have a short length U88001
56166 Poor performance might occur in a view table window when you open or close a large SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server table U88001
56167 The error "WRAP_ERROR: WINIOWRAP open file limit 8192 exceeded" occurs when you process a large SAS® SPD Server table on a Windows platform U88001
56173 WHERE constraints on SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server tables are removed when you use PROC SPDO with a TRUNCATE statement U88001
56175 "ERROR: CONSTRAINT ADD did not complete, no WHERE clause received" might occur when you use WHERE constraints on SAS® SPD Server tables U88001
56193 ALERT - The PRXCHANGE() function might return incorrect results in SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server U88001
56447 "ERROR: Unable to init socket API" might occur when you use PROC SPDO with a LIST USERS/LOCKING statement U88001
56506 SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server 5.2 cluster tables are not compatible with member tables from earlier SPD Server releases U88001
56508 Altering a table column in SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server might result in existing indexes being dropped U88001
56509 When you attempt to use the COALESCEC function with the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server, SPDS errors might occur U88001
56510 The SQL procedure CASE statement might return incorrect results when used with the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server U88001
57587 A segmentation violation occurs when you restore a SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server table that has a column width wider than 64 KB U88001
60492 Using the TRIM or STRIP functions as input to another function might return incorrect results when used with SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server 5.1 U88001
60464 SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server (spdsperf) fails to start if you specify -log at start-up U88001
56147 SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server client incorrectly enables you to set both COMPRESS=YES and ENCRYPT=AES options when you create a table U88001
56177 SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server disconnects and returns "ERROR: Error on server LIBNAME socket" U88001
57559 A query on an indexed SPD Server table unexpectedly returns zero rows if the indexed column contains the same value for all rows U88002
57851 Sporadic "Access Violation" errors might occur when you use the Parallel Join facility with the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server U88002
57857 The SPDSBKUP utility fails when you attempt to back up a compressed table that contains no columns U88002
57869 ALERT - The COMPRESS function used with a K modifier returns incorrect results in SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server U88002
57992 "Access Violation" errors might occur when multiple tables are joined with the UNION operator in SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server U88002
58209 When used with the SPDO procedure, SPDSCMD commands incorrectly set the return code value U88002
58378 "Access Violation" errors might occur when you use the STARJOIN optimization facility in SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server U88002
58388 Submitting a WHERE clause that contains a LIKE operator might cause SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server to perform poorly U88002
58389 Creating an index on a SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server table from which all rows have been deleted results in a corrupted index U88002
58413 The SPDSCLEAN utility might fail to delete SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server log files U88002
58429 Importing users in the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server password database generates a core file on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x systems U88002
58475 The restore utility in SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server ends abruptly on Linux systems U88002
58477 An invalid PROC SPDO command causes the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server to crash U88002
58479 A "Missing mandatory argument" error occurs when you try to execute the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server performance monitor (spdsperf) U88002
58509 The COALESCE function might return incorrect results when used with SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server U88002
58543 TIMEOUT PERIOD and ALLOWED FAILURES fields might not retain their value when you import users in the SAS® SPD Server password database U88002
59259 The SPDO procedure cluster list displays negative MINMAXVARLIST values as missing U88002
59260 Querying SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server dictionary tables might result in server disconnect errors U88002
58412 The LOCALE value is displayed incorrectly in the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server log U88002
59344 Garbage characters appear in the audit log when you run SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server on a Solaris platform U88003
59356 ALERT - Using a CASE WHEN clause with no ELSE clause generates incorrect results in SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server U88003
59376 The message "Error=Index needs to be repaired" might occur during concurrent updates in a dynamic locking domain U88003
59394 ALERT - Using a number to a power in a query might result in SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server disconnect errors U88003
59617 Assigning a SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server 5.3 LIBNAME statement to a SAS® SPD 5.1 or earlier server causes a segmentation violation U88003
59621 SAS® formats are mistaken as unknown user-defined formats by the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server views U88003
59625 The message "ERROR: CONSTRAINT ADD did not complete" occurs when you use the GROUP keyword in the WHERE constraint U88003
59658 SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server shared memory segments are not cleared after server shutdown U88003
60386 Creating MINMAXVARLIST in a BACKUP=YES domain might corrupt the SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server cluster table U88003
60659 Sporadic failures might occur during concurrent updates in dynamic locking domain U88003
61228 SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server data partition files are written to the primary metadata path U88003
61231 SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server cluster modification causes out-of-memory error U88003
61257 Password shows in clear text when the PRINTLOG option is enabled in SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server U88003
62828 ALERT - The Parallel Group-By facility produces an incorrect count for a composite index when the COUNT(distinct value) function is used U88003
63769 Access Violation errors appear in the SAS® log after creating a wide SAS® Scalable Performance Data (SPD) Server table with the MINMAXVARLIST= option U88003
59432 "Segmentation Violation" occurs when you use the DATE. format in SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server U88003
60092 An unexpected warning about the ClusterList template is generated when you run SAS® Scalable Performance Data Server 5.3 U88003
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