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For any updates or hot fixes that are required before you can migrate, see the baseline requirements topic.

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caution The content repository is locked. Before running the SAS Migration Utility, the SAS Content Server needs to be stopped. Setting the property SMU.scs.allow.sync to true will allow the utility to pause so it can be stopped.
This message is seen in migrations from SAS 9.2 only. The message indicates that the property SMU.scs.allow.sync is unset or false, and that a lock file was found. You must either stop the SAS Content Server or set the property SMU.scs.allow.sync to true, and then run SAS Migration Utility again. The property SMU.scs.allow.sync is useful if you need to minimize the amount of time that the Content Server is offline. When SMU.scs.allow.sync is true, the SAS Migration Utility prompts you to stop and restart the Content Server. For more information about SAS Migration Utility properties, see SAS Intelligence Platform: Migration Guide

caution Content Repository is locked, but content server is not accessible.
This message is seen in migrations from SAS 9.3 and later. The message indicates that a lock file was found, and the SAS Migration Utility is able to copy the content without you stopping the Content Server, but the copy failed because the connection information is incorrect. By default, the connection information is taken from the metadata that is set with SAS Management Console. Usually this connection information is correct. Alternatively, you can use the following SAS Migration Utility properties to specify connection information: SMU.scs.url, SMU.scs.user, and SMU.scs.password. For more information about SAS Migration Utility properties, see SAS Intelligence Platform: Migration Guide


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