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Tables and Databases disappear when I re-start a new cluster on Community Edition

venkateshgunda
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Hi @venkateshgunda, yes

you can mount external storage systems through a notebook. Setting a mount point might be the best option for Databricks Community edition.

Best regards,

Raphael Balogo
Sr. Technical Solutions Engineer
Databricks

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raphaelblg
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Hello @venkateshgunda

Community Edition managed storage is temporary.

Best regards,

Raphael Balogo
Sr. Technical Solutions Engineer
Databricks

Hi @raphaelblg 

Thank you! Is there any other way like creating an external hive meta store and connecting it to the compute cluster each time i created a new cluster.

Hi @venkateshgunda, yes

you can mount external storage systems through a notebook. Setting a mount point might be the best option for Databricks Community edition.

Best regards,

Raphael Balogo
Sr. Technical Solutions Engineer
Databricks
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