Can you give me an example screenshot? in which I see which parameter to use and how to value the key and value column, and in the example how to set the value column in which the jetty library is located in a specific path.
No, I connected without problems with the livy node, but there was a version change on the Hadoop side, and the jetty-io-9.4.39.v20210325.jar library present in the Cloudera package gives me problems, I would like to use only on livy the updated library jetty-io-9.4.48.v20220622.jar.
I saw that in the livy custom settings, I can indicate how to overwrite a system library with a custom one.
My question is how do you compile the image?
Not sure if this is possible, Netty is an essential lib used already in Livy and you might not able to replace it this way. You can try the spark.jars.packages option in the Livy configuration dialog. You might also be able to do this using the livy.spark.jars.packages on a global level via the Cloudera Manager, and the Livy configuration.