Solved Reply Topic Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page « Message Listing « Click the Hot Fix tab in this note to access the hot fix for this issue. Is this possible? Regards Amitesh Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving...
Delete _TD data sets from the "C:\TEMP\SAS Temporary Files\_TD.." before running your program having cartesian joins. Communities Base SAS Programming Register · Sign In · Help DATA Step, Macro, Functions and more Join Now CommunityCategoryBoardLibraryUsers turn on suggestions These messages can occur for reasons other than the scenario described in this SAS Note. And don't forget that the WORK library is normally shared between all SAS processes running in the machine.Cheers from Portugal.Daniel Santos @ www.cgd.pt Message 9 of 10 (4,885 Views) Reply 3 https://communities.sas.com/t5/Base-SAS-Programming/Possible-reasons-for-I-O-error/td-p/121861
Sounds like an environment issue, unique to yours, but typically unlikely, which is why I would recommend you work with SAS support on your problem to get to a suitable resolution. Message 6 of 8 (8,703 Views) Reply 0 Likes DouglasMartin Contributor Posts: 35 Error: An I/O error has occurred on file Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed And the weirdest thing is not always we are getting this problem just now i have executed the same code and got desired result!!!!159 data temp;160 set database.pvweek_1_12;161 where view_date='01dec2011'd;162 run;NOTE: ERROR: UNIX errno = 24. ...
Good luck. What we have found in our last few months of investigation is that we are experiencing these errors due to Windows file caching. WHERE view_date='01DEC2011'D;NOTE: The data set WORK.TEMP has 308593 observations and 8 variables.NOTE: DATA statement used (Total process time): real time 3.62 seconds cpu time 0.79 secondsI am really baffled now.Other information Example of errors 19 a.aaprv > 0 20 ; WARNING: Variable alnsint already exists on file WORK.MG WARNING: Variable alnsprin already exists on file WORK.MG WARNING: Variable cDvlprer already exists on
You wouldn't have any problem reading the beginning of the data set (with OBS=), but would run into trouble when hitting the corrupted spot.Try a simple test. ERROR: UNIX errno = 24. ERROR: UNIX errno = 24. Somehow, after a few attempts, it manage to complete the run without any error.
addining indexes. After an attempt to rerun the script, it was successful. This really bugs me because after running the same script(s) for a few more times, the ran managed to complete successfully. Cause: This error can be caused by a corrupt registry or a low memory condition.
NOTE: Compressing data set WORK.XXX decreased size by 30.14 percent. http://support.sas.com/kb/55934 ERROR: An I/O error has occurred on file ..DATA. This error can be caused by a variety of issues of which the low disk space is just one. So I haven't tested _method option yet.Gnans Message 3 of 10 (4,885 Views) Reply 0 Likes LinusH Respected Advisor Posts: 4,564 Re: Possible reasons for I/O error?
What could be the possible cause of this error? Mohd Fazli Baharuddin replied Jun 24, 2010 Hi Mano, thanks for your response! After an attempt to rerun the script, it was successful. Message 7 of 8 (8,703 Views) Reply 0 Likes SASKiwi Super User Posts: 2,425 Error: An I/O error has occurred on file Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS
has been run many times before with no change in logic. Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 09-18-2012 04:14 AM I would say, I/O error can be very vague.It Message 3 of 8 (8,703 Views) Reply 0 Likes art297 Super Contributor Posts: 5,768 Error: An I/O error has occurred on file Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Type:Usage NotePriority:Date Modified:2013-02-06 11:15:37Date Created:2013-01-28 15:28:24 This content is presented in an iframe, which your browser does not support.
All product names are trademarks of their respective companies. I mean u may not have authorization or 2nd case the size allocated for dataset is lessor than the data size?? To circumvent these errors, increase the limit to the number of files that the operating system allows to have open at the same time.
To view the RateIT tab, click here. Scott Barry replied Dec 4, 2008 SASLOG information prior to the error with SAS program code revealed - use the following SAS command: OPTIONS SOURCE SOURCE2 MACROGEN SYMBOLGEN MLOGIC; Scott Barry Per Scott's suggestion, please give us more details and we'll see if we can't help you. Message 5 of 10 (4,885 Views) Reply 0 Likes Patrick Respected Advisor Posts: 3,139 Re: Possible reasons for I/O error?
Please see error log below. It may be that your SAS database is corrupted for some reason - hopefully there is a current backup. Charles Harbour replied Jan 29, 2009 I think Scott's reply should only be seriously pursued once you've eliminated the obvious--in probably 9 times out of 10, I/O related issues are directly Then, I reduced the number of observations using the OBS= option and this time it ran just fine.
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