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Murali Rachakonda
@mrachakonda
I have installed jupyterhub last week that time 4 pods were deployed. And when i installed today i am seeing only two pods hub and proxy.
I am installing python packages as below image:
name: jupyter/scipy-notebook
tag: latest
sanjaydatasciencedojo
@sanjaydatasciencedojo
@consideRatio I have never heard about kon-chat place? what is it about?
Erik Sundell
@consideRatio
hahahahah well no clue, typo from mobile, hmmm, what did i mean? Ah! non-chat, so discourse / github
sanjaydatasciencedojo
@sanjaydatasciencedojo
@consideRatio No problem. Discourse seems to be right place for my question
Bolabx
@Bolabx
Is it possible to configure Nbconvert in a z2jh deployment? Where one can set such configs? Plz give any hint, clue...
Johannes Reppin
@belfhi
@Bolabx what do you mean with configure? Is it installed in your singleuser container?
Johannes Reppin
@belfhi
@mrachakonda can you start a singleuser server? It seems like your second deployment does not have continuous image puller enabled, are you installing the same release?
sanjaydatasciencedojo
@sanjaydatasciencedojo
We are using GCP managed Kubernetes to deploy Jupyterhub. What is a suitable tool for reporting errors and alert for that?
Jacob Alan Pawlak
@jakepaw
@sanjaydatasciencedojo im using prometheus with alertmanager
https://prometheus.io/docs/alerting/alertmanager/
Bolabx
@Bolabx
actually nbconvert was already installed and i just want to slightly change the default config. @belfhi. yes, it was installed via singleuser image.
kdeepak99
@kdeepak99
Guys Can any one plz tell me how to change Python version from 3.7.5 to 3.8 in Jupyter?
Jacob Alan Pawlak
@jakepaw
@kdeepak99 you can create an IPython Kernel with that python version, or install nb_conda and create a conda environment that users can use to run 3.8
kdeepak99
@kdeepak99
@kdeepak99
Guys I am getting below error
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/local/Cellar/jupyterlab/1.2.0/libexec/bin/jupyter", line 6, in <module>
from pkg_resources import load_entry_point
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'pkg_resources'
while starting jupyter notebook
plz help me how to resolve issue
Johannes Reppin
@belfhi
@kdeepak99 how did you install jupyterlab? the path seems a little strange for a standard installation...
kdeepak99
@kdeepak99
i have installed thru pip
@belfhi
Does it works or need to reinstall
Johannes Reppin
@belfhi
well your path seems to be messed up
kdeepak99
@kdeepak99
any modification required?
kdeepak99
@kdeepak99
@belfhi Please let me know
Does Jupyter supports 3.8.0?
Johannes Reppin
@belfhi
@kdeepak99 I don't see why not^^ are you on macOS ?
are you using the right pip to install jupyter etc? Sometimes there's a system python pip and another one if you use something like homebrew
kdeepak99
@kdeepak99
i am using only pip
not homebrew
Johannes Reppin
@belfhi
I see, the path /usr/local/Cellar is a homebrew path though...
@kdeepak99 what does which python3.8 and which pip3 give you?
liujinjie26
@liujinjie26
I need to run R notebooks on JupyterHub, but the only available kernel I see is Python3. Can you help me guiding me how to install the R Kernel in JupyterHub?
Juan Pablo Lopez
@juanpalopez
Hello, Anybody has experience deploying jupyterhub with fargate spawners
Wayne's Bioinformatics Code Portal
@fomightez
@liujinjie26 I haven't done it myself on a JupyterHub but when asked about adding Python 3.8 a few days ago, @jakepaw responded: "@kdeepak99 you can create an IPython Kernel with that python version, or install nb_conda and create a conda environment that users can use to run 3.8". I note on the page here concerning the 'nb_conda' that it mentions R is possible as a choice of base environment under Creating New Environments. And so that may be a route?
Jacob Alan Pawlak
@jakepaw
@fomightez Yes I believe that is one way that you could do it. Using nb_conda has been successful for me.
Wayne's Bioinformatics Code Portal
@fomightez
Thanks for letting us know it should be a viable route. I think the kernel installing route is covered here.
scuddalo
@scuddalo
Hello everyone, I am new to jupyterhub. I would like to deploy a custom singuser image with a c.NotebookApp.contents_manager_class that writes to s3. Is that valid?
I have created a custom image and while jupyterhub serves it somehow the s3 content_manager_class is not getting activated
scuddalo
@scuddalo
Ok, I figured out the issue. I was writing the config from my custom image to $HOME and jupyterhub was mounting a volume in home. so I was losing my config. Moving my config to /etc/jupyter made everything ok.
Murali Rachakonda
@mrachakonda
@scuddalo did you install using helm or without helm.
scuddalo
@scuddalo
helm
is there some configuration to avoid mounting a volume? @mrachakonda
Murali Rachakonda
@mrachakonda
when you install with helm you just pass config.yaml. I am not clear what you meant by config from custom image. I am also new to jupyterhub and just trying to understand.
scuddalo
@scuddalo
@mrachakonda I meant I built a custom singleuser docker image and set it in helm config.yaml using singleuser.image.name. When Jupyterhub creates for a single user it it mounts a volume created for a user under home directory... essentially wiping out everything I put in my image's home directory
JoranDox
@JoranDox
is it possible to scp files to & from a jupyterlab? or are there better migration options (running on azure) ?
Yuvi Panda
@yuvipanda
I drafted a little blog post on connecting to JupyterHub from your local vscode. https://medium.com/@yuvipanda/connect-to-a-jupyterhub-from-visual-studio-code-ed7ed3a31bcb thoughts welcome! I'll probably publish it later today
Ian Rose
@ian-r-rose
Very cool trick, Yuvi
Yuvi Panda
@yuvipanda
thanks, @ian-r-rose
Medium doesn't let you put images inside lists, which is ridiculous
Ian Rose
@ian-r-rose
One clarification question: will that automatically start the server if it is not running?
Yuvi Panda
@yuvipanda
@ian-r-rose ah, good question. Let me test that out, my intuiton is 'no'
@ian-r-rose yep, won't. added as a limitation