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JoeWMP
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All-purpose compute clusters that are attached to a pool are no longer able to switch to a different pool/change to a non-pool worker/driver.

Would like to know if anyone else is experiencing this - we're seeing this across 5+ different Databricks workspaces in both AWS and Azure.Reproduction: Create all purpose compute cluster, attach it to existing pool, save and start cluster. Edit clus...

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JoeWMP
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We're also seeing the same behavior when trying to change the pool on an all-purpose cluster using Terraform and Databricks Labs Terraform provider as well. The Terraform apply will go through and say the cluster was updated to the new pool id, but t...

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mmlime
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Resolved! Can I use VMs from Pool for my Workflow cluster?

Hi,there is no option to take VMs from a Pool for a new workflow (Azure Cloud)?default schema for a new cluster:{ "num_workers": 0, "spark_version": "10.4.x-scala2.12", "spark_conf": { "spark.master": "local[*, 4]", "spark...

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Vivian_Wilfred
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@Michal Mlaka​ I just checked on the UI and I could find the pools listing under worker type in a job cluster configuration. It should work.

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