Error: Unix Errno = 28
has been run many times before with no change in logic. 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 GG replied Jun 25, 2010 Hello, I googled the phrase "sas an I/O error has occurred" and found a couple of good links which explain the possble causes of this error Lately on intermittent basis, I'm also faced with similar I/O error when running other matured scripts. http://permamatrix.net/i-o-error/i-o-error-reading-the-header-from-the-binary-log-errno-1.html
The SAS group is no longer active. 3591242 Related Discussions I/O Processing Error in SAS SAS v 9.1.3 page validation error when reading large SAS data file moved to external hard Data never sleeps Message 4 of 10 (4,672 Views) Reply 0 Likes Astounding Respected Advisor Posts: 3,591 Re: Possible reasons for I/O error? To circumvent these errors, increase the limit to the number of files that the operating system allows to have open at the same time. on my computer) to populate a dataset. https://communities.sas.com/t5/Base-SAS-Programming/Possible-reasons-for-I-O-error/td-p/121861
Error: Unix Errno = 28
WHERE view_date='01DEC2011'D;NOTE: The data set WORK.TEMP has 308593 observations and 8 variables.NOTE: DATA statement used (Total process time): real time 3.62 seconds cpu time 0.79 secondsI am really baffled now.Other information You wouldn't have any problem reading the beginning of the data set (with OBS=), but would run into trouble when hitting the corrupted spot.Try a simple test. The admin suggested that there was another memory intensive app sharing the server which might have used up resources. For documentation, see this description of the cleanwork command.
These errors are known to occur when the number of data sets that the SAS system has open exceeds the number of files that the operating system allows to be open For instructions, see Increasing the Per Process Limit on Open File Descriptors for your operating system. Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 09-17-2012 04:47 AM Thanks for your reply. Sas Increase The Region For The Job But my E: drive (which contain SAS temporary files) have more than 1 TB space !So, now I am confused.
If you run it yourself, you will clean up only files that you own. Error File Is Damaged. I/o Processing Did Not Complete Sometimes, the following error is also written to the SASLOG: ERROR: THE SAS SYSTEM STOPPED PROCESSING THIS STEP BECAUSE OF INSUFFICIENT MEMORY. I would have thought drive problems would result in error messages from Windows itself, but one never knows. http://support.sas.com/kb/49/014.html However, if a SAS process fails, sometimes this is not possible.
ERROR: FILE libref.member.DATA IS DAMAGED. An I/o Error Has Occurred While Installing A File Example of errors 19 a.aaprv > 0 20 ; WARNING: Variable alnsint already exists on file WORK.MG WARNING: Variable alnsprin already exists on file WORK.MG WARNING: Variable cDvlprer already exists on In that case, would a smaller dataset escape from being caught?Appreciating your help.ThanksGnansMessage was edited by: Gnans Message 1 of 10 (7,307 Views) Reply 0 Likes Accepted Solutions Solution 09-14-2012 06:55 When this step was stopped there were 0 observations and 8 variables.WARNING: Data set WORK.TEMP was not replaced because this step was stopped.NOTE: DATA statement used (Total process time): real time
Error File Is Damaged. I/o Processing Did Not Complete
Click the Hot Fix tab in this note to access the hot fix for this issue. read the full info here You will need to involve your IT server support people to investigate server faults further. Error: Unix Errno = 28 it has proven to successfully run many times before and no change was made to it. Error: Unix Errno = 122 The server still have circa 1.5 GB left in space.
Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... The expected output should only be circa 20 to 30 MB. Are there any errors being recorded about the time you got your I/O error? Join this group Popular White Paper On This Topic Virtual Training Comparison Guide 9Replies Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | An I/o Error Has Occurred Qbittorrent
Mohd Fazli Baharuddin replied Jun 24, 2010 Hi Mano, thanks for your response! To view the RateIT tab, click here. Then, I reduced the number of observations using the OBS= option and this time it ran just fine. weblink Try using the SGIO option which will reduce the need to write to cache.
i.e. Error Analysis Mohd Fazli Baharuddin replied Jun 24, 2010 Hi Mano, thanks for your response! What you want is for all the useless files to be removed.
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Mohd Fazli Baharuddin replied Jun 24, 2010 Hi Amitesh, thanks for your response! You will find the cleanwork utility in !SASROOT/utilities/bin (!SASROOT being the directory where SAS is installed). Annotation and Image Markup - Enterprise ServiceAIMES-208URGENT - ERROR: An I/O error has occurred on file - SAS errorLog In ExportXMLWordPrintableJSONDetails Type: Task Status: Closed Priority: Major Resolution: Won't Fix Affects Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 09-18-2012 07:56 AM Sorry its my mistake.
So I haven't tested _method option yet.Gnans Message 3 of 10 (4,672 Views) Reply 0 Likes LinusH Respected Advisor Posts: 4,522 Re: Possible reasons for I/O error? Definitely something is wrong somewhere; but I'm totally clueless. ERROR: UNIX errno = 24. ... Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 09-17-2012 09:15 AM Gnans,It may not be a resource issue.
To work around the problem, obtain read, write, and modify access to any data tables used as scoring output data tables. We re-booted the server, then the code ran fine even for full observations. Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 09-17-2012 04:56 AM Disk and memory usage should be the most interesting Since, the code was running without I/O error for years, few suggested that the server be monitored.But, the admin wants to the list of components that are to be monitored.
Honestly, it is quite unlikely anyone on this list can get you through this problem - you will need to seek technical guidance and assistance, possibly your SAS admin, to analyze The script that I run is referring to a dataset in a server (by accessing thru a network drive). It happened on "mature" script i.e.