Whenever I’ve wanted to do this (preconfigure an interpreter using interpreter.json instead of one by one adding each config into the webui) my process was
First create an interpreter in the webUI and enter all my configs into that interpreter via the webUI
In the webUI again, create the next interpreter that I want to preconfigure so that zeppelin puts some skeleton code in the interpreter.json, creates an interpreter ID, and I assume creates anything else that might be relevant?
Open interpreter.json and carefully copy the relevant contents of the first interpreter section into the second interpreter section.
Not sure which of those steps are necessary or might be excessive but it works for me.
On Sat, Apr 22, 2017 at 3:13 PM Serega Sheypak <">Serega Sheypak > wrote:
Aha, thanks. I'm building Zeppelin from source, so I can put my custom settings directly?
BTW, why does interpreter-list file don't contain spark interpreter?