Using Jupyter Hub on Talon¶
What is JupyterHub?¶
Jupyter Hub brings the power of notebooks in your browser. It gives users access to computational environments and resources without burdening the users with installation and maintenance tasks. Users - including students, researchers, and data scientists - can get their work done in their own workspaces on shared resources which is managed efficiently by our Talon HPC team.
JupyterHub runs on Talon UNT HPC, and makes it possible to serve a pre-configured data science environment to any UNT user. It is customizable and scalable, and is suitable for small and large teams, academic courses, and large-scale infrastructure.
To using Jupyterhub you will first need to follow a few commands on Talon to setup your login
cd /home/$USER ln -s /work/$USER/.local .local
Where is JupyterHub running?¶
JupyterHub is currently running on:
How can I use JupyterHub on Talon?¶
It is very easy to use it!
Here are the steps to follow in order to connect to JupyterHub and start using it:
Make sure you are connected to the UNT VPN.
Don’t know what/how? Here is the info you need!
Open your favorite browser on your local machine/laptop¶
Any browser like
Safari, Chrom, or Mozzila will work.
Choose JupyterHub Server¶
Currently, the JupyterHub Server is running on our Visualization node which has
Go to vis.acs.unt.edu:8000
- UserName: Is your EUID.
- Password: is your Talon account password.
Wait for the server to start…
This is where you will see all the apps installed on JupyterHub. On the left side it will look different for you. This is where you can navigate through your files.
Start Jupyter Notebook¶
In order to start a regular Jupyter Notebook in Python use the Python 3 icon app:
Feel free to try out other apps!
This will ensure you don’t lose any work!
Make sure to stop your server if you don’t need it anymore.
File > Hub Control Panel > Stop My Server
After stopping the server make sure to log out: on the top right press Logout
This will not stop your server!
File > Log Out