When the job was configured, it was scheduled by manually entering the cron syntax and a special character * was accidentally set for the seconds value. This tells the cron scheduler to run the job once every second.
Cron syntax specifies a time in the format <seconds> <minutes> <hours> <day-of-month> <month> <day-of-week>. Numbers are used for the values and special characters can be used for multiple values.
For example, the cron syntax * 07 04 * * ? instructs the system to attempt to start the job once every second from 04:07:00 to 04:07:59, every day.
You need to specify a value for the seconds field. By default, Databricks uses 10 for the seconds field.
By changing * to 10 in the previous example, the cron scheduler only runs the job once per day, at 04:07:10.
For more information, review the Quartz Job Scheduler CronTrigger Tutorial documentation.