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Mohit_m
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Resolved! Why EC2 or EBS volumes are not getting tagged for the instances pool

Why EC2 or EBS volumes are not getting tagged for the instances pool when the tags are present for the Clusters

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Hubert-Dudek
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"If a cluster is created from a pool, its EC2 instances inherit only the custom and default pool tags, not the cluster tags. Therefore if you want to create clusters from a pool, make sure to assign all of the custom cluster tags you need to the pool...

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Srikanth_Gupta_
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User16783853906
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When a cluster is attached to a pool, cluster nodes are created using the the pool’s idle instances which help to reduce cluster start and auto-scaling times .If you are using pools and looking to reduce start time for all scenarios, then you should ...

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MoJaMa
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User16783853906
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Databricks does not charge DBUs while instances are idle in the pool. Instance provider billing does apply.Please refer here for more information - https://docs.databricks.com/clusters/instance-pools/index.html

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sajith_appukutt
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Resolved! Can I schedule Databricks pools to have different minimum idle instance counts at different times of the day

I have few jobs configured to run against a pool at 10 PM every night. After running some tests, I found that increasing minimum idle instance counts improves the job latencies. However, It wouldn't be needed to have so many VMs idle at other times...

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Ryan_Chynoweth
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Yes you can do so programmatically using the REST APIs. You can edit the settings of a Databricks Pool by using the Instance Pool Edit endpoint and provide the min idle that you desire. This cannot be done via the web UI.

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We can now launch pools on databricks with different instance types. Hybrid Pools allows customers to create clusters and select different Databricks ...

We can now launch pools on databricks with different instance types. Hybrid Pools allows customers to create clusters and select different Databricks pools for driver and workers. It provides a way to support driver vs. worker heterogeneity, and ther...

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