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Segmentation Violation In Task ( DATASTEP ]

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Segmentation Violation In Task ( DATASTEP ]

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Hello,

 

We get this error : Segmentation Violation In Task [DATASTEP ], or Segmentation Violation In Task [TRANS ]....

under

Sas version : 9.2

Os               : Unix

But , when I get a more disk space, I do not get this message (Segmentation Violation In Task) for the same code.

Why ?

Thank you .

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: Segmentation Violation In Task ( DATASTEP ]

Could happen for different reasons.

What is your SAS maintenance release ?

 

What Database you work with?

 

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Re: Segmentation Violation In Task ( DATASTEP ]

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Thank your your message.

What is your SAS maintenance release ?

9.2M3

What Database you work with?

SAS

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Re: Segmentation Violation In Task ( DATASTEP ]

Which UNIX you use? 

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Re: Segmentation Violation In Task ( DATASTEP ]

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AIX

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Re: Segmentation Violation In Task ( DATASTEP ]

Segmentation vialotion points some kind of memory addressing problem. You worked around it, what kind of explanation are you looking for? I think only the SW developer are able to answer that.
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Re: Segmentation Violation In Task ( DATASTEP ]

Why for the same code in the first time I get an error, in the second time, when i get a more disk space, i do not get this error ?

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Thanks for the information...

What is the main function of this code that cause this error? What Procedures do you use in it?

Can you post the part of code which cause the error or the log for that ?

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Posted in reply to mohamed_zaki

many  procs !

with datasteps, ......

 As I say before , the code is correct, in the first time gives an error , in the second time, when I have more disk space, i get the results without any error ..

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