On Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 7:03 PM, Gregory Pickett <gregoryp...@gmail.com>
> I am currently supporting a JupyterHub server for multiple users, and one
> request that has come up is to clear up our kernel list.
> We have some duplicates with tags such as [root] and [conda], and this has
> caused some confusion. On my own account, I have managed to clean up the
> list using the "condo remove _nb_ext_config" command as mentioned here:
> After this, I have reached out to the other users and found that while
> this command cleaned up my kernel list, it did not effect theirs. Since we
> want to minimize the steps for the users, I was wondering if there was
> anyway to run this command for all users at the same time?
Does each user have their own conda env or anaconda install, or is there a
shared environment? Are you using Docker/Kubernetes or a local system
Spawner? If every user has their own env, then you will need to remove this
package in each env. If this is the case, presumably you have something
that is creating those envs to start with, so you can ensure the package
isn't present as part of that process. If there's a shared install, then
only removing it in the single env is all you need. If users still saw it,
it could be because there server was already running and had loaded the
extension, and they wouldn't have it on next restart.
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