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Smitha1
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#00244807 and #00245872 Ticket Status - HIGH Priority

Dear @Vidula Khanna​ Vidula, Databricks team, @Nadia Elsayed​ @Jose Gonzalez​ @Aden Jaxson​ What is the SLA/ETA for normal priority ticket and HIGH priority ticket?I created tickets #00244807 on 7th Dec and  #00245872 but haven't received any update ...

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Aviral-Bhardwaj
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you can only create high-priority tasks if you have an enterprise plan.as a normal user you can only create normal tasksif you have enterprise plan then you can escalate case .databricks team will revert you soon there.

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Erik
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Resolved! Where is Databricks Tunnel (and is Databricks connect cool again?)

Two related questions:1: There has been several mentions in this forum about "Databricks Tunnel", which should allow us to connect from our local IDE to a remote databricks cluster and develop stuff locally. The roumors said early 2022, is there some...

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Vidula
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Hi there @Erik Parmann​ Does @Youssef Mrini​  response answer your question? If yes, would you be happy to mark it as best so that other members can find the solution more quickly?We'd love to hear from you.Thanks

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missyT
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Is there a reason lists don't have a .sum() method?

I do a lot of work with numpy arrays and pytorch tensors, but occasionally throw some native lists around. I naturally want to write <list>.sum(), which would work for these other third-party iterables, but doesn't work for native lists.It'd be very ...

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Hubert-Dudek
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I think reason is that list can contain different type of objects than just integers and floats (so nested lists, string and all possible other kind of objects) so it doesn't make sense to implement .sum method as it would fail in many cases.

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