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Databricks workspace (with managed VNET) upgrade to premium failing

galop12
New Contributor

I am trying to upgrade our Databricks workspace from standard to premium but running into issues. The workspace is currently deployed in a managed VNET.

I tried the migration tool as well as just re-creating a premium workspace with the same parameters that were used for the standard workspace:

1) without specifiying the VNET during the creation I get this error message

"details":[{"code":"ApplianceManagedResourceGroupMismatch","message":"The given managed resource group '/subscriptions/xxxxx/resourceGroups/xxxx' did not match that in the existing appliance definition '/subscriptions/xxxx/resourceGroups/xxxprivatergxxxx'."}]}

2) when specifying the same VNET setting used when we created the standard workspace I get this error

"ConflictWithNetworkIntentPolicy","message":"Found conflicts with NetworkIntentPolicy. Details: Subnet or Virtual Network cannot have resources or properties which conflict with network intent policy. x conflicts with Network Intent Policy z. Network Security Group doesn't have supporting Security Rule for Network Intent Policy Security Rule

What am I missing? Or is there an easier way to upgrade this type of set up to premium?

3 REPLIES 3

User16764241763
Honored Contributor

Hello @Jen Christenson​ 

Please go to each of the Databricks Subnets where you intend to deploy the workspace and ensure SUBNET DELEGATION is set to Microsoft.Databricks/workspaces as shown below.

Retry workspace deployment with VNET after the above change.

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Hi @Jen Christenson​,

Just a friendly follow-up. Do you still need help or Arvind's response help you to resolve your question?

lskw
New Contributor II

Hi, I have same situation when trying to upgrade from Standard to Premium on Azure.

My error:

"ConflictWithNetworkIntentPolicy","message":"Found conflicts with NetworkIntentPolicy. Details: Subnet or Virtual Network cannot have resources or properties which conflict with network intent policy. x conflicts with Network Intent Policy z. Network Security Group doesn't have supporting Security Rule for Network Intent Policy Security Rule

Checked, rules, subnets delegation. Everything is on place but still failing when upgrading from Azure Portal. Any ideas what could be wrong ?

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