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Recursive Segmentation Violations - system exiting

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Recursive Segmentation Violations - system exiting

Hi,

I'm working in SAS 9.1.3 and When running my program in batch on a Linux machine, i have the following message :

Recursive Segmentation Violations - system exiting

System Exiting Status=803fc21d

fin: erreur: 1 message: interrompu avant sa fin normale.

I've tried the options nocodegen but it doesn't work.

Can someone advice plz?


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‎09-05-2013 04:33 AM
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Re: Recursive Segmentation Violations - system exiting

Hi all,

Finally I gone through this issue by using these options of the goptions statement.

GOPTIONS NOPOLYGONCLIP NOPCLIP NOPOLYGONFILL;

Thanks.

More information here 639 - "0C4 abend in function GGCLPPG" with PROC GPLOT using the AREAS= option

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Recursive Segmentation Violations - system exiting

Any time that you get a segmentation violation, you should contact SAS technical support. This enables SAS to understand and fix the problem.  Send them the program, the log, and (if possible) the data.

You can contact Technical Support by telephone in your local country, or use the Web interface at http://support.sas.com/ctx/supportform/createForm

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Recursive Segmentation Violations - system exiting

Were you working with macros by any chance?

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Recursive Segmentation Violations - system exiting

Found this SAS Note: http://support.sas.com/kb/32/748.html

Don't know if it has anything to do with your case though.

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‎09-05-2013 04:33 AM
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Re: Recursive Segmentation Violations - system exiting

Hi all,

Finally I gone through this issue by using these options of the goptions statement.

GOPTIONS NOPOLYGONCLIP NOPCLIP NOPOLYGONFILL;

Thanks.

More information here 639 - "0C4 abend in function GGCLPPG" with PROC GPLOT using the AREAS= option

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