The permission settings are stored in:
The interpreter settings are stored in:
I think since zeppelin 0.8.0 exists a mechanism to persist the interpreters
configuration. If you work with an earlier version, you would need to
implement a mechanism to store this configuration in your s3 bucket.
2018-04-09 9:12 GMT-05:00 Josh Goldsborough <joshgoldsboroughs...@gmail.com>
> We have a cluster using Kubernetes to host Zeppelin. We have the
> notebooks backed up in S3, but right now we weren't using a stateful set.
> And it seems like when ever we recreate the cluster it comes back & loads
> the notebooks fine. But each notebook loses all the permissions (leaving
> them exposed to everyone).
> We can convert to using stateful sets in K8s so the Zeppelin file system
> comes back to it's existing state (instead of a clean build) but exactly
> where/how is Zeppelin managing the interpreter & permission settings?
> Since they clearly aren't tied to the notebook files themselves. And we'll
> need to back them up in case of disaster recovery.