The HPCORR Procedure


The HPCORR procedure is a high-performance procedure that offers the following functionality:

  • It can perform analysis on a massively parallel SAS high-performance appliance.

  • It reads input data in parallel and writes output data in parallel when the data source is the appliance database.

  • It is highly multithreaded during all phases of analytic execution.

Because the HPCORR procedure is a high-performance analytical procedure, it also does the following:

  • enables you to run in distributed mode on a cluster of machines that distribute the data and the computations

  • enables you to run in single-machine mode on the server where SAS is installed

  • exploits all the available cores and concurrent threads, regardless of execution mode

For more information, see the section Processing Modes in Chapter 3: Shared Concepts and Topics.