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Arty
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Resolved! How to make Autoloader delete files after a successful load

Hi AllCan you please advise how I can arrange loaded file deletion from Azure Storage upon its successful load via Autoloader? As I understood, Spark streaming "cleanSource" option is unavailable for Autoloader, so I'm trying to find the best way to ...

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Hi @Artem Sachuk​ Thank you for posting your question in our community! We are happy to assist you.To help us provide you with the most accurate information, could you please take a moment to review the responses and select the one that best answers ...

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aline_alvarez
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Resolved! How can I delete a file in DBFS with Illegal character?

How can I delete a file in DBFS with Illegal character?Someone put the file named "planejamento_[4098.]___SHORT_SAIA_JEANS__.xlsx" inside the folder /FileStore and I can delete it, because of this error: java.net.URISyntaxException: Illegal character...

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-werners-
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try this %sh ls -li /dbfsif the file is located in a subdirectory you can change the path mentioned above.the %sh magic command gives you access to linux shell commands.

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Bie1234
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Resolved! accidently delete paquet file in dbfs

I accidently  delete manual paquet file in dbfs how can I recovery this recovery this file

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Ajay-Pandey
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Hi @pansiri panaudom​ ,There is no option restore deleted files in databricks .

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MBV3
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Delete a file from GCS folder

What is the best way to delete files from the gcp bucket inside spark job?

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Unforgiven
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@M Baig​ yes you need just to create service account for databricks and than assign storage admin role to bucket. After that you can mount GCS standard way:bucket_name = "<bucket-name>"mount_name = "<mount-name>"dbutils.fs.mount("gs://%s" % bucket_na...

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