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Wondering if anyone could help me troubleshoot this issue. We have only upgraded our Sandbox Design instance of Dataiku to version 9, so this isn't impacting production, but I definitely want to get this figured out before conducting the upgrade on any of our other instances.
I first noticed this issue when I received a managed folder permission denied error while trying to read content of a DSS managed folder into R or python.
Two things I'd like to point out:
1. In DSS (9.0.x; managed folders are now found in DATA_DIR/managed_datasets directory while in DSS 8.0.x, managed folders were found in DATA_DIR/managed_folders... Is this by design or did something go wrong here?
2. The permissions seem to be confusingly different across versions (and even within versions), I am the only admin of this Linux server and I am not aware of ever changing permissions on these folders.
Also, it is worth mentioning we use User Isolation Framework (formerly known as Multi-user Security). I did remember to re-install UIF after the upgrade completed, and I am able to execute code in the DSS 9.0.3 instance and I have confirmed that that code does end up running as my local Linux username on the server. So it appears like UIF is working correctly.
In our DSS 8.0.2 Production Design instance:
dataiku@<HOSTNAME>:/apps/DATA_DIR/managed_folders/<PROJECT_KEY>$ ls -la total 4 drwxr-xr-x 7 dataiku dataiku 86 Apr 23 15:13 . drwx--x--x 43 dataiku dataiku 4096 May 21 08:28 .. drwxr-xr-x 2 dataiku dataiku 6 Apr 23 14:56 46qCJApl drwxr-xr-x 2 dataiku dataiku 6 Apr 23 15:13 BkG8esyz drwxrwxr-x+ 2 dataiku dataiku 23 Nov 24 2020 nr3hjFI9 drwxr-xr-x 2 dataiku dataiku 6 Apr 23 14:56 pSET4yNu drwxrwx---+ 2 dataiku dataiku 139 Nov 17 2020 sNotWKpG
In our DSS 9.0.3 Sandbox Design instance:
Are these supposed to be in the managed_datasets directory or should they be in the managed_folders directory? Did this change in version 9?
dataiku@<HOSTNAME>:/apps/DATA_DIR/managed_datasets/<PROJECT_KEY>$ ls -la total 4 drwxr-xr-x 5 dataiku dataiku 54 Jun 10 15:41 . drwx------ 17 dataiku dataiku 4096 Jun 9 15:36 .. drwxrwx---+ 2 dataiku dataiku 6 Jun 10 15:41 1bRtVNIx drwxrwx---+ 2 dataiku dataiku 76 Jun 10 15:15 dOf1Ejt7 drwxrwx---+ 2 dataiku dataiku 23 Jun 9 15:36 rcjMEQKT
Unfortunately, these are two different projects on each server, so it isn't quite a 1-to-1 comparison, but I figured permissions should be identical?
Any help or guidance on what may have gone wrong or what to do to fix this would be greatly appreciated! If I don't hear anything, I think I'll just bring DSS down, attempt a reinstall of User Isolation Framework, and bring it back up to see if that resolves the issue. Thanks!
These look like support ticket-worthy issues. If you are using a paid license, I'd get a support ticket in right away. Even if you are using the community edition the support team has often been very gracious and are often glad to hear about such things so that they can help others.
You can get a support ticket started by going to the (?) menu on the upper right side of the DSS screen. -> Choose Get Help -> Open a Ticket
Do let us know how you get on with this.