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Is it possible to Clone Interpreter in zeppelin

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Is it possible to clone the zeppelin interpreter with all settings programmatically(REST?) or using UI(I did not see that as an option). I created a new one manually but wanted to check if there was a better way?. I want to have 2 or more interpreters setup pointing @ different versions of spark 1.4 and 1.5. But i can easily see this extending to other components.

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@nshawa@hortonworks.com after talking to @Ali Bajwa it is not possible to point to a different interpreter @ this point. As it is compiled to a specific version of spark. So you cant dynamically chose which spark version you want to use. I filed a JIRA for this feature: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ZEPPELIN-392

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make perfect since, wonder if it will work with backward compatibility though,right not I ended up with different Zeppelin folders pointed at different Spark versions

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Thats what I am doing now, I have sandbox 2.3.2 using out of the box ambari zeppelin pointing to 1.4 and setting up now local zeppelin to point to 1.5.1

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This should now be solved, starting Zeppelin 0.5.5 you dont need to rebuild for different Spark/Hadoop versions...

enjoy 🙂

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@Ned Shawa nice! Any insight when we would officially support Zeppelin in HDP?

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After talking to @Ali Bajwa it is not possible to point to a different interpreter @ this point. As it is compiled to a specific version of spark. So you cant dynamically chose which spark version you want to use. I filed a JIRA for this feature: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ZEPPELIN-392