I am using Model Studio in SAS Viya for Learners and running into a weird error in the Data Node. Here is how to replicate:
Below is the log I'm getting with the error.
Please suggest how to fix or a workaround. I'm preparing a workshop I'm teaching on Tuesday 7/11 and without by-group functionality in VFL I would have to use another tool 😣. Thank you!
The data node is beginning execution. A lock is being acquired for execution. The execution lock has been successfully acquired. The input table for the project is "YVA285.PRODUCTS_CLEAN". The by-variables are "Product_Group". The input attributes table is "Analytics_Project_c845f4f5-0301-4c9b-add8-37aa6c388825._ATTRIBUTES". The input time series table is being accumulated. An error occurred during execution: Error accumulating input data The data node has completed execution in 0.707 seconds with the following status: "Failed". The execution lock has been released.
The error can be a result of lack of space on the CAS server.
The easiest way to view memory utilization rates is through the dashboard in SAS Environment Manager.
Look at "System Health"-widget >> Node Memory Usage.
Or follow instructions here :
SAS® Viya® 3.5 Administration
Click on >> Memory
Thank you so much Koen!
Yes, I checked this morning in the Viya for Learners Server, the Node Memory Usage is 10% and the BY-GROUP functionality is working!
Now, is there a way to "reserve" space on VFL or make sure I use the least amount possible? I am teaching a workshop with 30+ folks on Tuesday afternoon live (and everyone would be logged-in and actively using VLS) and I'm afraid it will be erroring-out...
Thanks for your advice!
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