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Entreprise Miner Nodes folders on WORK Lib

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Entreprise Miner Nodes folders on WORK Lib

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Hello all!

 

I notice that EMiner projects/diagramns creates folders inside the WORK lib.

Examples:

_TD21212_SMKTPVSAS01_

_TD10268_SMKTPVSAS01_

SAS_util000100001134_SMKTPVSAS01 (explained here: http://support.sas.com/kb/20/517.html)

 

With more than one user it's dificult to know wich one belongs to whom.

 

 

What means the numbers next to _TD? I know that the last part, SMKTPVSAS01, is the server name.

Any suggestions?

 

Thank you!


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‎01-12-2017 01:07 PM
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Re: Entreprise Miner Nodes folders on WORK Lib

Hi rmlmrmlm,

As you can see in:

 

https://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/hostwin/63047/HTML/default/viewer.htm#p0bmj7wjme32ayn1h...

 

Temporary Subfolders

Because you can run multiple SAS sessions at one time, SAS creates temporary subfolders under the folder that you specify with the WORK option. These temporary subfolders are created in the unique form _TDnnnnnnnnnn, where TD means temporary folder and nnnnnnnnnn is the process ID for each SAS session. These subfolders enable multiple SAS sessions to be invoked, each using the same configuration file, and they prevent the Work folder from being shared. SAS creates any temporary files that are required within each temporary folder. As with all temporary files that are created in the Work data library during a SAS session, these temporary folders are deleted when you end the SAS session. If SAS terminates abnormally, you might need to delete the temporary files.
 
Regards,

 

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‎01-12-2017 01:07 PM
SAS Employee
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Re: Entreprise Miner Nodes folders on WORK Lib

Hi rmlmrmlm,

As you can see in:

 

https://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/hostwin/63047/HTML/default/viewer.htm#p0bmj7wjme32ayn1h...

 

Temporary Subfolders

Because you can run multiple SAS sessions at one time, SAS creates temporary subfolders under the folder that you specify with the WORK option. These temporary subfolders are created in the unique form _TDnnnnnnnnnn, where TD means temporary folder and nnnnnnnnnn is the process ID for each SAS session. These subfolders enable multiple SAS sessions to be invoked, each using the same configuration file, and they prevent the Work folder from being shared. SAS creates any temporary files that are required within each temporary folder. As with all temporary files that are created in the Work data library during a SAS session, these temporary folders are deleted when you end the SAS session. If SAS terminates abnormally, you might need to delete the temporary files.
 
Regards,

 

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