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No userid, username, job when making modifications on tables

chevichenk
New Contributor III

Hi, everyone!

I'm in this situation

I have some jobs that makes changes on a particular table. I use only one user to make this modifications, but then there's a process i can't identify that also makes changes on my table.

The question is, there's a reason this issue happens? and how can i identify this "phantom job"?

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Thanks in advance 🙂

 

 

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chevichenk
New Contributor III

Hi, @shan_chandra@LuisRSanchez,

Just found that there are some .jar that are executed and are writting on this table but this .jar is called through batch

So, we think this is the cause

 

Thanks!

Ingrid

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LuisRSanchez
New Contributor III

do you have any other application different than databricks writing into the Delta Table?

shan_chandra
Esteemed Contributor
Esteemed Contributor

@chevichenk - could you please check if there are any scala jar job performing write/delete operations in parallel? Nevertheless, please raise a support case on this. 

chevichenk
New Contributor III

Hi, @shan_chandra@LuisRSanchez,

Just found that there are some .jar that are executed and are writting on this table but this .jar is called through batch

So, we think this is the cause

 

Thanks!

Ingrid

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