Will clusters running a depcrecated Databricks Runtime Version fail to start once EOL is reached?

Mathieu 21 Reputation points

The Databricks runtime support lifecycle states that: "Databricks reserves the right to completely remove a release version from the API at any time after support ends, without prior notice."

Does this mean that an all-purpose/job cluster with a runtime version that has reached End of Life (EOL) will fail to start/be created?

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  1. Leon Laude 85,641 Reputation points

    Hi @Mathieu ,

    You can continue to run your Azure Databricks runtime until you delete the cluster manually.

    Here's also another thread discussing the same topic:


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    Best regards,

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