[IPython-dev] Multiple IPython notebook server same port / Proxy / Launcher.

epi massimodisasha@gmail....
Wed Jan 16 10:40:43 CST 2013


Hi 

i'm trying the ipython-notebook-proxy  on osx
i installed Node and i cloned the git  repository

then :

epi:IPython-notebook-proxy epi$ ./bin/notebook-proxy.js
==================================
 QuickStart 

> start("/ipython/",8888)
go to "localhost:8000/ipython/"

> start("/ipython-more/",7777
go to "localhost:8000/ipython-more/"

> stop_all()

> help()
For more info
==================================
> 

> start("/ipython/",8888)
{ 'localhost/ipython/': 'http://localhost:8888/ipython/' }
undefined
> child process terminated due to receipt of signal null

undefined
> 


have you any clue on how to fix it ?

thanks!

Massimo.



Il giorno 02/gen/2013, alle ore 18:19, Matthias BUSSONNIER <bussonniermatthias@gmail.com> ha scritto:

> Hi list, 
> 
> Pushed by PR 2694 [1], I was wondering If i would be feasible to host multiple application 
> along side IPython notebook on the same port, just routing by url.
> 
> This is how is born ipython-notebook-proxy[2] which allow you to run multiple notebooks and applications
> on the same port (yes port 80 I think of you, 443 you'll be next, stupid work firewall I'll get you one day).
> 
> For convenience right now, it drops you in a node-REPL where you can do 
> 
> > start('/aaa/',8888)
> > start('/bbb/',8889)
> > start('/ccc/',8890)
> > start('/ddd/',8891) 
> 
> And it will gracefully start 4 server accessible at
> 
> localhost:8000/aaa/
> localhost:8000/bbb/
> localhost:8000/ccc/
> localhost:8000/ddd/
> 
> With a little training I'm sure it can do it with your user's logins, and by selecting port by itself.
> 
> Before quitting don't forget to issue a
> 
> > stop_all()
> 
> Configurability for now is None.
> 
> But routing rules can be changed live without dropping the current connexions. 
> Possible use with mplh5canvas or anything else not to have to **worry** about port. 
> Or in browser galery's demo [3] (not sure if it use a separate serve still…) 
> 
> I'll be happy to get feedback, and test under high load/ big number of connected user to 
> see how it holds. 
> 
> PR are welcomed, 
> Will move to IPython-organisation owned repository if it has lot's of success when a little more mature. 
> 
> Already available on NPM so no manual install ! 
> 
> $ npm install ipython-notebook-proxy 
> 
> And happy new year. 
> -- 
> Matthias
> 
> 
> [1] https://github.com/ipython/ipython/pull/2694
> [2] https://npmjs.org/package/ipython-notebook-proxy
> [3] http://cyrille.rossant.net/galrys-story-or-the-quest-of-multi-million-plots/
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