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AVR posted:
2 years ago
What do you know about pool in databricks?

The Instance pools API allows you to create, edit, delete and list instance pools.
A set of idle, ready-to-use instances that reduce cluster start and auto-scaling times.
When attached to a pool, a cluster allocates its driver and worker nodes from the pool.
If the pool does not have sufficient idle resources to accommodate the request of the cluster, the pool expands by allocating new instances from the instance provider.
When an attached cluster is terminated, the instances used are returned to the pool and can be reused by a different cluster.
If we have a pool in place, we can get the nodes directly & internally.
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Posted in: Azure | ID: Q87 |
April 07, 2022, 07:35 AM | 0 Replies