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merahilyana
Fluorite | Level 6

hai,

 

i need help.. what i must do if my work library not appear in sever SASOA?

this below is picture of issue..

 

thank you

 

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Patrick
Opal | Level 21

@merahilyana 

Well, the SAS log you've posted is rather clear:

ERROR: Insufficient space in file WORK

 

Talk to your SAS Admin / IT support team. It looks like either the disk is full or there is a quota setting and your user exceeds the allowed maximum. Eventually there are leftovers from old EG sessions which didn't get cleaned up but count against this quota.

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SASKiwi
PROC Star

Try looking for a WORK library in your other SAS servers. SAS won't even start if it can't create a WORK library.

merahilyana
Fluorite | Level 6
I have try look in other SAS server but still have error..
SASKiwi
PROC Star

This post may be helpful: https://communities.sas.com/t5/Administration-and-Deployment/Library-Appearing-in-EG-under-only-one-...

 

In fact all servers should show a WORK library and if they don't then it is likely a permissions problem, possibly similar to the above post. What happens if you run a simple test (please post the log) on each of your servers?

 

data work.class;
  set sashelp.class;
run;
merahilyana
Fluorite | Level 6
this a log after i run..


1 ;*';*";*/;quit;run;
2 OPTIONS LS=64 PS=15;
3 OPTIONS PAGENO=MIN;
4 %put ERROR: Unable to get SAS code. The libname WORK
4 ! on server SASOA was not found.;
ERROR: Unable to get SAS code. The libname WORK on server SASOA
was not found.
5
6 QUIT; RUN;
7
Kalind_Patel
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

And,

In case if you want to check your Work Library location, run this SAS Code:

proc options option=WORK value;
run;

 

And check the path in Log window.

merahilyana
Fluorite | Level 6
I try that code, but the error appear like this:

ERROR: Insufficient space in file WORK.
ERROR: Fatal ODS error has occurred. Unable to continue
processing this output destination.
Kalind_Patel
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

Which means your WORK Location is out of space, you have to clear some space in your work location.

 

Ask your Windows/Linux Administrator to make some space in WORK Directory path, and try again, your codes should run fine afterwards.

merahilyana
Fluorite | Level 6
my library work is empty n not have data..my library
doesn't appear at all.
Kalind_Patel
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

Which means either you can't access that path or it's not even exist (deleted somehow);

 

You must have to create or get access to that specific WORK path location,

Just get access to that path and you're good to go.

merahilyana
Fluorite | Level 6
I doesn't know weather it can't access the path or not. that work library is exist n 2 month before i can use, but today the work library not appear n cannot use
Kalind_Patel
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

How about other users?
Are they able to access the WORK Lib in their user session?

 

Patrick
Opal | Level 21

@merahilyana 

Well, the SAS log you've posted is rather clear:

ERROR: Insufficient space in file WORK

 

Talk to your SAS Admin / IT support team. It looks like either the disk is full or there is a quota setting and your user exceeds the allowed maximum. Eventually there are leftovers from old EG sessions which didn't get cleaned up but count against this quota.

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