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User16869510359
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Resolved! How to determine if am using the same DBR minor version?

DBR minor version details are not exposed. However, in the documentation, it mentioned Databricks performs maintenance releases every 2 weeks. How can I determine if I am using the same minor version

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User16869510359
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The below code snippet can help to determine the DBR Hash string for the DBR version. DBR hash string is unique for the DBR minor version. val scalaVersion = scala.util.Properties.versionString   val hadoopVersion = org.apache.hadoop.util.VersionInf...

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Resolved! What are the LTS Databricks Runtimes?

What are the LTS Databricks Runtime versions available in the cluster configuration page? Example DBR 7.3 LTS

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Long Term Support (LTS) versions are supported for two years and non LTS version are supported for 6 months.Refer to below links for more details.https://docs.databricks.com/release-notes/runtime/databricks-runtime-ver.html#runtime-support https://do...

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What happens to clusters when a DBR reaches End of Support?

When a DBR version reaches its end of support date will clusters running that version be removed?

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When a DBR version reached End of Support it means that the version will no longer receive security patches and workloads running on that version will no longer be eligible for Databricks support. Unsupported versions may be subject to security vulne...

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