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JPKC
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Support for multiple EC2 instance types in a worker pool

As per this thread Databricks now integrates with EC2 CreateFleet API that allows customers to create Databricks pools and get EC2 instances from multiple AZs and multiple instance families & sizes. However, in the Databricks UI you can not select mo...

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abagshaw
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Fleet instances on Databricks is now GA and available in all AWS workspaces - you can find more details here: https://docs.databricks.com/compute/aws-fleet-instances.html

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jerry747847
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Resolved! Databricks Associate Practice Exam -query

Dear Experts, Can anyone please let me know how option "C" is the answer to Question 31 for PracticeExam-DataEngineerAssociate. https://files.training.databricks.com/assessments/practice-exams/PracticeExam-DataEngineerAssociate.pdf?_ga=2.185796329.11...

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Hubert-Dudek
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Question 17 is even worse. "A data engineer is overwriting data" vs "should simply be overwritten instead"One situation I assume is DROP and CREATE and another is INSERT INTO OVERWRITE but here both are called the same.A data engineer is overwriting ...

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korilium
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Resolved! Databricks-connect invalid shard address

I want to use databricks inside vscode and I therefore need Databricks-connect I configure my settings using databricks-connect configure as follows: Databricks Host [https://adb-1409757184094616.16.azuredatabricks.net]Databricks Token [<my token>]Cl...

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Justin09
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In case it helps anyone, I ran into this issue and had to remove the trailing / from the host name. It used to work fine with the trailing / so something must have changed.

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