A Python package for managing Python kernels
kernelutility - A Python package for managing Python kernels
Joseph P. Vantassel, Texas Advanced Computing Center - The University of Texas at Austin
kernelutility was developed to allow users of the DesignSafe-CyberInfrastructure's JupyterHub to easily manage their own Python kernels, which include a dedicated Python interpreter and associated packages.
- Start a notebook or terminal in DesignSafe's JupyterHub. Note that you must use the latest Jupyter notebook image.
- Install kernelutility with
!pip install kernelutility(if in notebook) or
pip install kernelutility(if in terminal). If you are in a notebook you must restart your kernel for the installation of kernelutility to be visible to Python.
- Load kernelset with
from kernelutility import kernelset. This will initialize your kernel set and reactivate any prior kernels if they are present.
- Use the methods of
kernelsetto modify your available kernels. The key methods are
destroy. See the example
kernelutility.ipynband the API documentation for more information.
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