[IPython-User] Notebook cells don't execute in Windows
Thu Nov 8 02:45:53 CST 2012
Happy to see you might have find a solution.
I'll see if I can come up with a notebook that auto execute during lunch break so that you don't have to manually press shift enter.
I think it might need some code tweak on server side, so maybe we could design a 'diagnostic' mode for the notebook, that just
pop up a page that constantly probe the kernel connexion and report the status of different actions.
Good luck for debugging,
Le 8 nov. 2012 à 06:09, David Hume a écrit :
> Hi all, thanks very much for the feedback so far.
> My colleagues (who's computers run in our corporate Windows environment)
> have had no notebook access for the best part of a week (poor windows
> So today, in frustration (and out of sympathy on my part) we started a trial
> and error procedure of removing processes, one by one, from one of the
> windows machines in question.
> Our procedure was this:
> while notebook does not return an output:
> remove a process (being careful to not kill any system processes)
> close/kill any open iPython and the web browser sessions (note:
> restarting the kernel was not enough)
> re-run iPython notebook with new web browser session
> Shift enter in a code cell
> Doing this we have managed to get the windows notebook back up and running!
> We just haven't quite nailed down the exact process which is causing this
> (as we did this in batches to save time....)
> Oddly, if we reboot the machine and quickly open the iPython notebook we can
> obtain a working notebook. If we restart the kernel a few minutes (maybe
> seconds?) later the notebook output stops.
> I think we almost have this nailed.
> I'll post here again tomorrow, once we track the exact rogue process/program
> that is causing this mischief.
> Dave Hume
> Wellington, NZ.
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