Disabling an existing Cloudera Data Engineering (CDE) service stops
all jobs, and deletes all associated virtual clusters and virtual cluster
metadata. Do not do this unless you are certain that you no longer need any
of these. Disabling CDE does not delete your CDP data. If enabling the CDE
service on an environment for the first time fails, you must disable the
service before you can try again. In this scenario, there are no clusters or
jobs, and you can safely perform this procedure.
In the Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) management console, click the Data
Engineering tile and click Overview.
In the CDE Services column, click the menu icon for the
environment for which you want to disable the CDE service, and then click
Confirm that you want
to disable CDE by typing the environment name and then clicking
The CDE Overview page displays the status of
the environment disabling.If you disabled CDE as a result of a
failure to enable CDE for the first time on an environment, resolve any
reported issues, and then try again.