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Crysis85
Obsidian | Level 7

This is second hand and I have not much info on the problem, googling the error code give me nothing.

This is the code that generate the error

 

LIBNAME NAME SASIOLA  TAG=HPS  PORT=10011 HOST="host_address" ;

LIBNAME LIB1 "/path"; 
 
data pro1;
 set LIB1.case (obs=100);
run ;
 
 
proc lasr port=10011 data=work.pro1 add;
   performance host="host_address";
run;
 
The error returned is 
"ERROR: Failed to load analytic extension for the distributed computing environment."
 
What could be the trouble? What questions could I ask to better define the situation?
For what I understand the data is in HOSTa and the LASR is running on HOSTb
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MarkPeskir
Obsidian | Level 7

I get this error when the account of the user attempting to load the data does not have SSH rights across (to and from) all nodes in the cluster.  My environment is one head node, four worker nodes, and the head node pretty much does it all - it's a small environment.

Regardless, as soon as they have passwordless SSH in place, data imports start to work for them.

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MarkPeskir
Obsidian | Level 7

I get this error when the account of the user attempting to load the data does not have SSH rights across (to and from) all nodes in the cluster.  My environment is one head node, four worker nodes, and the head node pretty much does it all - it's a small environment.

Regardless, as soon as they have passwordless SSH in place, data imports start to work for them.

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