Depending on your environment,
one or more of the following notes might apply to your site:
When you are performing a new
deployment on a UNIX system, the SAS Deployment Wizard prompts you
to run setuid.sh as root (or sudo) before configuration. Certain SAS
products and features use functionality that requires SAS to check
user ID authentication and file access authorizations. This requirement
necessitates that certain files within your SAS installation have
setuid permissions and be owned by root.
In the second maintenance
release for SAS 9.3, files that must be setuid are updated. Therefore,
setuid must be run a second time.
If your site has a
custom sasauth file that is supplied by SAS, as a best practice, store
a backup of this file in a location other than SAS-installation-directory
Before you can start
the SAS Deployment Wizard, the cell where you are going to perform
the software upgrade must be running.
To specify a different
version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) that you want to use
with the SAS Java applications, see Specify a Different JRE in SAS Intelligence Platform: Installation and Configuration Guide.