Can you check if there is any other jupyter server running? You can get the list of active jupyter servers by running
For jupyter lab,
For jupyter notebook,
Please make sure that you have only one active server at a given time.
If the problem still persists, can you share the outputs from the following commands with us?
jupyter-lab list jupyter-notebook list
Then, assuming that your jupyter server is running at
http://localhost:8888, can you share the content of
Thanks @jyotish this one we sorted out.
@jyotish Now am getting a new issue where I tried to install one of the python modules . It installed half way and throwed an error that it does not have drive space. Fully utilized all space.
I tried to close all open notebooks and started a new jupyter-lab .
Here is the error. let me know how to resolve!
@shravan.koninti Please refer to the below discussion for the solution.
Thanks very much - I am able to install . But Now again I will re-install all the packages I want . let me get back to you. If I face any issues
@ashivani I see this issue after running the codes by following the above post msg. i.e., having opt/anaconda3 installation.
While you wait for a response, I will suggest you to perhaps get one of the many community-published Python notebooks. It will eliminate potential errors stemming from your own code.
I am using those notebooks only as starter and improvise my FE on top of it. So only these organizers have to help. Thanks @michael_bordeleau for the prompt response!
The wait for response from your team is looking high. Can you please look into this? Thanks!
Can you try placing
aicrowd notebook and share the complete traceback and output with us?
It should be something like
aicrowd -vvvv notebook submit
thanks for replying.
here it goes like this. Can you make this post as private msg as I need to discuss about the other packages I can install in my linux VM. Please see if this helps
I am sorry, I am not an expert on submission issues so I cannot help you.
Ok thanks . Can you direct me to right person?
As we were discussing in the private group, this is happening due to low space availability for the home directory. To fix, this you need to remove existing conda installation and install it as @nrad suggested here,
We updated our helper script to install conda to
/opt instead of installing it in the home directory. So, you can also use the same script again to install conda to