Known issues with third-party editors.
You cannot disable file upload and download when using the Jupyter Notebook.
Cloudera Bug: DSE-12065
Logs generated by a browser IDE do not appear within the IDE. They are displayed in the Logs tab for the session.
Cloudera Bug: DSE-6570
Sessions with Browser IDEs running do not adhere to the limit set in
IDLE_MAXIMUM_MINUTES. Session logs show the warning message that states that the idle session will timeout, but the timeout does not occur. The session continues to run and consume resources until the timeout set in
SESSION_MAXIMUM_MINUTESis reached. Ensure that you manually stop a session after you are finished, so that the resources are available to other users.
Cloudera Bug: DSE-6651
Sessions with Browser IDEs running time out with no warning after the time limit set in
SESSION_MAXIMUM_MINUTESis reached, regardless of whether or not the session is idle. Periodically stop the browser IDE and session manually to avoid reaching
Cloudera Bug: DSE-6652
The lack of a ROOT CA certificate can cause issues with terminals and the Jupyter editor after upgrading CDSW.
Problem: After upgrading from CDSW version 1.5 to version 1.7.1, the terminal does not open for any kernel, and the Jupyter notebook does not work.
Workaround: In CDSW, go to Root CA configuration field. You should be able to launch a new session and start the terminal or launch the Jupyter editor. It is not necessary to restart CDSW. This procedure is described at Configuring Custom Root CA Certificate, and paste the internal CA root certificate file contents directly into the