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sasoq.sh error

We are receiving the following error when running sasoq.sh

 

./sasoq.sh -testware /usr/local/SASHome/SASFoundation/9.4/sastest -tables *:* -outdir /operations/SAS
stat(./..): Value too large for defined data type at sasoq_startup.pm line 1001
Generating final reports...
There was a problem generating the PDF and HTML output from the XML data.
The command to do this is:
/sas -sysin /sastest/sasoq.sas -autoexec autoexec.sas

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Re: sasoq.sh error

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This is occurring on the following OS.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation release 7.4 (Maipo)

SAS Employee
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Re: sasoq.sh error

@francavi,

 

I cannot reproduce this problem on RHEL 7.4 with SAS 9.4 M4. Please try to run sasoq.sh from your home directory:

 

cd ~
/usr/local/SASHome/SASFoundation/9.4/sasoq.sh -testware /usr/local/SASHome/SASFoundation/9.4/sastest -tables *:* -outdir /operations/SAS
SAS Super FREQ
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Re: sasoq.sh error

Hi,

 

is this the complete and entire error message or are there any other information in the error message?

 

Thanks

Anja

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Re: sasoq.sh error

Thank You everyone for your assistance. Turns out there was a perl update that corrected this issue. The update brings the SAS perl installation version from 5.6.1 to 5.24.0.

 

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This is a compatibility issue between RHEL 7 and the version of Perl provided with SAS 9.4.  To correct this, you will need to update the version of Perl used by SAS.  Please following these steps:
 
    1) First, download the file ftp://ftp.sas.com/techsup/download/unix/sas_perl_update.gz
    2) Unzip the file:  gunzip sas_perl_update.gz
    3) ensure the file is executable.  If needed, issue the command:  chmod +x sas_perl_update
    4) as the "sas" account that owns the SAS install, submit the command to execute the file:

     ./sas_perl_update

    5) Provide the path to the <SASHOME> location on your system
    6) You should see a message "Patches Applied"
    7) Once this is complete, please try again to launch sassetup, and let me know how it goes.
  
 

 

 

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