We recently realized we're well over our licensed storage amount. In an
effort to reduce the amount of storage we're using, we've been trying to
identify a way to view the overall size of each dataset. Of course
there's a way to view how much data has been ingested over the past 7 or
30 days, but has anyone figured out how to query or view the total size
of each dataset? If not, would this be helpful to you as a feature
request to Adobe?
We started getting the error below last week when we use Python within
JupyterLab to write to a dataset. Is anyone else running into this? Any
workarounds? Appears Adobe's support engineers are stumped. ValueError:
client_id should be the id of an Azure Active Directory application Code
being used (directly from documentation): from platform_sdk.models
import Dataset from platform_sdk.dataset_writer import DatasetWriter
Thanks @chetanyajain! We did open a support ticket and it does indeed
sound like they may be able to restore the data, but they aren't sure
what caused the files to disappear. Good example of why notebooks should
be synced with Git.
Our team signed into the platform this morning and realized all of our
JuptyerLab notebooks had been deleted - guessing Adobe made a mistake
when they made a recent update, but still waiting to hear from support.
Is there a way to restore them?