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When I try to start SAS Data Loader, I get a SASWorkspace folder not found error.

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When I try to start SAS Data Loader, I get a SASWorkspace folder not found error.

I've verified that the directory exists and is properly configured.  What might the problem be?

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Re: When I try to start SAS Data Loader, I get a SASWorkspace folder not found error.

Could it be that the first time you started the vApp the SASWorkspace Shared Folder was not configured properly in VMWare Player?

Anyway, could you try the following:

1. Shutdown your vApp (do not use suspend)

2. Remove the vApp (empty the directory containing the .vmx file)

3. Remove all files and sub-directories inside your Shared Folder

3. Extract the vApp from the zip file again

4. In VMware Player check that the SASWorkspace is defined properly.

   * Click on the properties button so the Shared Folder properties are shown,

   * Then click on the Browse... button to verify that it points to the right location and that you have write access to that location,

   * Make sure the Enabled box is checked and the Read-only box is unchecked

   * Click on OK

5. Start your vApp (and start your Hadoop VM)

Hopefully you will now be able to open a web browser and use SAS Information Center to start the configuration task. If that task runs fine, the SAS Data Loader button should appear and you should be able to see the SAS Data Loader web UI.

Cheers,

Wilbram

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Re: When I try to start SAS Data Loader, I get a SASWorkspace folder not found error.

Thanks Wilbram.  I will give your suggestion a try and let you know the outcome.

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Re: When I try to start SAS Data Loader, I get a SASWorkspace folder not found error.

Wilbram,

Your suggestion worked!  Thanks again.  I'm still not quite there yet.  I get the following errors when trying to apply the license:

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local:  [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: Testing connection to 127.0.0.1 ... [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic). [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:46 USER[Unauthenticated] - ipaddress 192.168.88.129

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local:  [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: removing symlink and recreating it later [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: running command: sas-hadoop-tool init --clienthost="127.0.0.1" --clientuser="root" --clientpass="cloudera" --svckey=hivejdbc --svckey=hadoop --svckey=mapreduce --svckey=hcatapi [0m

>stdout: Writing to /opt/sasinside/var/log/sva.execute/execute_task.2015.06.23.14.18.45.366469372.log

2015-06-23 14:18:46 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [mNotice: Running hadoopconfigure on 192.168.88.129 with arguments: ******** [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: Hadoop directory exists so attempting to reuse [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: link /opt/sasinside/hadoop [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local:  [0m

>rc: 0

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local:  [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local:  [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: Testing connection to 127.0.0.1 ... [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local:  [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: ERROR: Connection to 127.0.0.1 failed, please review: [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: testcmd: timeout -s SIGKILL 60s sas-sshpass -p cloudera ssh root@127.0.0.1 'id' [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: ERROR: client configuration failed [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: ERROR: sas-hadoop-tool init --clienthost="127.0.0.1" --clientuser="root" --clientpass="cloudera" --svckey=hivejdbc --svckey=hadoop --svckey=mapreduce --svckey=hcatapi failed: [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: ERROR: Connection to 127.0.0.1 failed, please review: [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: Running sas-hadoop-tool to configure the hadoop client [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic). [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: exit_code=1 [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: A scan is required [0m

>LocalExec: ********

>stderr:

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: testcmd: timeout -s SIGKILL 60s sas-sshpass -p cloudera ssh root@127.0.0.1 'id' [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local:  [0m

2015-06-23 14:18:47 USER[Unauthenticated] -  [0;36mDebug: CMD local: done [0m

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Re: When I try to start SAS Data Loader, I get a SASWorkspace folder not found error.

Wilbarm,

I was using Cloudera 5.4.x and I should be using Cloudera 5.3.x which I am downloading now.

Joe

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Re: When I try to start SAS Data Loader, I get a SASWorkspace folder not found error.

Wilbram,

I now have SAS Data Loader For Hadoop working!  Thanks for your help.

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