Setting up Jupyter on COLA Servers¶
Setup a Password for Jupyter
jupyter notebook --generate-config jupyter notebook password
Issue the following command so that your environment will appear in Jupyter
python -m ipykernel install --user --name aoes --display-name "Python (aoes)"
Log in to colaX.gmu.edu, where X refers to a COLA Server
ssh -Y -l <YOURUSERNAME>@colaX.gmu.edu
Go to the Pangeo-at-AOES directory:
Start up the Jupyter server with the following command:
jupyter lab --no-browser --ip=`hostname` --port=8878
In a separate terminal, log in to colaX again with the following command:
ssh -N -L 8878:colaX.gmu.edu:8878 <YOURUSERNAME>@colaX.gmu.edu
You must use the same COLA server in this step as you did in step 3. If you do not, then you get an invalid credentials error when you attempt to login to Jupyter.
Open your browser and go to http://localhost:8878. It will ask you to enter the password you created in step 1.
Your Jupyter server should appear in your local browser.
In the upper right corner, you will see your current environemnt is Python (aoes). If it only says Python, click on Python and a menu will appear. Select Python (aoes)
Traceback (most recent call last): File “/homes/sknapp4/.conda/envs/aoes/lib/python3.6/site-packages/traitlets/traitlets.py”, line 528, in get value = obj._trait_values[self.name] KeyError: ‘allow_remote_access’
Try launching Jupyter with the following command
jupyter lab –no-browser –ip=’0.0.0.0’ –port=8878
If you get an Invalid Credentials error, check the messages on the screen where you launched `jupyter lab ` Sometimes port 8878 is in use and it will find a different port. The error messages will tell you which port you should use.
These errors messages look like:
jupyter lab –no-browser –ip=`hostname` –port=8878 [I 14:12:20.887 LabApp] The port 8878 is already in use, trying another port.