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BAD_REQUEST:Failed to get oauth access token.Please try logout and login again

Azeez
New Contributor II

We deployed a test databricks workspace cluster on GCP. A single cluster got spinned up.Later we deleted the workspace.Now when we are trying to create a new one.It is giving this error

"BAD_REQUEST:Failed to get oauth access token.Please try logout and login again"

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Prabakar
Esteemed Contributor III
Esteemed Contributor III

@Azeez Sayyad​ you can try this workaround.

  • Remove the Databricks App from your Google account.
  • In Google account settings, go to "Manage third-paarty access", and remove Databricks from both Third-Paarty app with account access and Sign-in with Google.
  • Then you have to go to the Marketplace entry for Databricks and click Manage on Provider.

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PeteStern
New Contributor III
New Contributor III

Have you tried logging in again / restarting your browser? This might be due to some auth timeout.

Azeez
New Contributor II

I tried in incognito browser, still same issue

PeteStern
New Contributor III
New Contributor III

How about creating a workspace with a different name?

Azeez
New Contributor II

Yeah, tried but still same problem

PeteStern
New Contributor III
New Contributor III

I would suggest reaching out to Google Cloud Support at this point as they can look into the specifics of this issue.

Prabakar
Esteemed Contributor III
Esteemed Contributor III

@Azeez Sayyad​ you can try this workaround.

  • Remove the Databricks App from your Google account.
  • In Google account settings, go to "Manage third-paarty access", and remove Databricks from both Third-Paarty app with account access and Sign-in with Google.
  • Then you have to go to the Marketplace entry for Databricks and click Manage on Provider.

Azeez
New Contributor II

It worked !!!.. Thank you Prabakar

37319
New Contributor II

Hello,

I got exactly the same problem as @Azeez Sayyad​ .

The thing is that I already have a running Databricks production workspace that I can't delete.

Would your solution delete an already existing databricks workspace or is it safe?

Thank you

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