Libraries CLI

You run Databricks libraries CLI subcommands by appending them to databricks libraries.

databricks libraries -h
Usage: databricks libraries [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

  Utility to interact with libraries.

Options:
  -v, --version  [VERSION]
  -h, --help     Show this message and exit.

Commands:
  all-cluster-statuses  Get the status of all libraries.
  cluster-status        Get the status of all libraries for a cluster.
    Options:
      --cluster-id CLUSTER_ID   Can be found in the URL at https://<databricks-instance>/?o=<16-digit-number>#/setting/clusters/$CLUSTER_ID/configuration.
  install               Install a library on a cluster.
    Options:
      --cluster-id CLUSTER_ID   Can be found in the URL at https://<databricks-instance>/?o=<16-digit-number>#/setting/clusters/$CLUSTER_ID/configuration.
      --jar TEXT                JAR on DBFS or WASB.
      --egg TEXT                Egg on DBFS or WASB.
      --whl TEXT                Wheel or zipped wheelhouse on DBFS or WASB. Supported in CLI 0.8.2 and above.
      --maven-coordinates TEXT  Maven coordinates in the form of GroupId:ArtifactId:Version (i.e.org.jsoup:jsoup:1.7.2).
      --maven-repo TEXT         Maven repository to install the Maven package from. If omitted, both Maven Repository and Spark Packages are searched.
      --maven-exclusion TEXT    List of dependences to exclude. For example: --maven-exclusion "slf4j:slf4j" --maven-exclusion "*:hadoop-client".
      --pypi-package TEXT       The name of the PyPI package to install. An optional exact version specification is also supported. Examples "simplejson" and "simplejson==3.8.0".
      --pypi-repo TEXT          The repository where the package can be found. If not specified, the default pip index is used.
      --cran-package TEXT       The name of the CRAN package to install.
      --cran-repo TEXT          The repository where the package can be found. If not specified, the default CRAN repo is used.
  list                  Shortcut to `all-cluster-statuses` or `cluster-status`.
    Options:
      --cluster-id CLUSTER_ID   Can be found in the URL at https://<databricks-instance>/?o=<16-digit-number>#/setting/clusters/$CLUSTER_ID/configuration.
  uninstall             Uninstall a library on a cluster.
    Options:
      --cluster-id CLUSTER_ID   Can be found in the URL at https://<databricks-instance>/?o=<16-digit-number>#/setting/clusters/$CLUSTER_ID/configuration. [required]
      --all                     Uninstall all libraries.
      --jar TEXT                JAR on DBFS or WASB.
      --egg TEXT                Egg on DBFS or WASB.
      --whl TEXT                Wheel or zipped wheelhouse on DBFS or WASB. Supported in CLI 0.8.2 and above.
      --maven-coordinates TEXT  Maven coordinates in the form of GroupId:ArtifactId:Version (i.e.org.jsoup:jsoup:1.7.2).
      --maven-repo TEXT         Maven repository to install the Maven package from. If omitted, both Maven Repository and Spark Packages are searched.
      --maven-exclusion TEXT    List of dependences to exclude. For example: --maven-exclusion "slf4j:slf4j" --maven-exclusion "*:hadoop-client".
      --pypi-package TEXT       The name of the PyPI package to install. An optional exact version specification is also supported. Examples "simplejson" and "simplejson==3.8.0".
      --pypi-repo TEXT          The repository where the package can be found. If not specified, the default pip index is used.
      --cran-package TEXT       The name of the CRAN package to install.
      --cran-repo TEXT          The repository where the package can be found. If not specified, the default CRAN repo is used.

List the status of all libraries on all clusters

To display usage documentation, run databricks libraries all-cluster-statuses --help.

databricks libraries all-cluster-statuses
{
  "statuses": [
    {
      "cluster_id": "1234-567890-lest123",
      "library_statuses": [
        {
          "library": {
            "jar": "dbfs:/FileStore/jars/bbf81650_a62b_4b7a_b47e_7bdd9505792a-SparkJDBC42.jar"
          },
          "status": "INSTALLED",
          "is_library_for_all_clusters": true
        },
        ...
      ]
    },
    ...
  ]
}

List the status of all libraries on a cluster

To display usage documentation, run databricks libraries cluster-status --help or databricks libraries list --help.

databricks libraries cluster-status --cluster-id 1234-567890-lest123

Or:

databricks libraries list --cluster-id 1234-567890-lest123
{
  "cluster_id": "1234-567890-lest123",
  "library_statuses": [
    {
      "library": {
        "jar": "dbfs:/FileStore/jars/bbf81650_a62b_4b7a_b47e_7bdd9505792a-SparkJDBC42.jar"
      },
      "status": "INSTALLED",
      "is_library_for_all_clusters": false
    },
    ...
  ]
}

Install a library on a cluster

To display usage documentation, run databricks libraries install --help.

databricks libraries install --cluster-id 1234-567890-lest123 --jar dbfs:/test-dir/test.jar

If successful, no output is displayed.

Uninstall a library from a cluster

To display usage documentation, run databricks libraries uninstall --help.

databricks libraries uninstall --cluster-id 1234-567890-lest123 --jar dbfs:/test-dir/test.jar
WARNING: Uninstalling libraries requires a cluster restart.
databricks clusters restart --cluster-id 1234-567890-lest123