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thesasuser
Pyrite | Level 9

We are running SAS9.4M4 on Windows 2008 R2.
I often see a process iproxy running.
The executable is located in $SASHOME\core\sasext\iproxy.exe.
Takes a lot of memory and has high cpu time.(In cetain case 70%+ for example with proc npar1way wilcoxon)
The jobs are run through SAS Enterprise guide.
What is it and what purpose it serve?
Can we not disable it.

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used in creating the HTTP output you receive from SAS

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used in creating the HTTP output you receive from SAS

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