Australian Bureau of Statistics
1104.0 - CURF Microdata News, Feb 2011
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 25/02/2011
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Prior to submitting your code and commencing your analysis. all users should:
2. What Unit record identifiers do I need to retain?
It is a requirement that all Unit Identifiers are retained on your saved unit record datasets, even though some of them may not be needed for your analysis. A list of Unit Identifiers can be found for each CURF in the RADL Help pages under 'CURF documentation'. To find these pages see the answer to question 1 above.
There are two possible reasons:
If this doesn't fix the problem, please email Microdata Access Strategies on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 02 6252 7714.
4. Some of my jobs are timing out. Why?
When users submit a 'normal' job, RADL will try to process the job for 10 minutes before timing out. Some complex jobs will take longer than this, so users can submit jobs as 'long' jobs and RADL will then queue them for later processing. Some of these longer jobs may need to run for a number of hours. An alternative to running a 'long' job is to split your code into several smaller jobs. Users can submit jobs using 'normal' timing in the first instance, as most jobs will be completed in less than 10 minutes.
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This page last updated 26 May 2011