jupyter security directory empty, but jupyter notebook list shows a running server

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When I run jupyter notebook list I get:

Currently running servers: http://localhost:8888/?token=2f349408fa7154054c6f3f63128f3461eb9983ec068726d1 :: /path/to/project

I checked the security directory, where connection files should be stored for the current profile and it's empty.

I tried jupyter notebook stop but I get: No such file or directory: ./stop

I also tried listing current open connections using fuser and nettop. The connection is not there, and it shouldn't be as I haven't been working on the listed project for a while.

Jupyter version is 5.0.0, running on Mac OS.

作者: yousraHazem 的来源 发布者: 2017 年 12 月 27 日

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To get the current connections directory I ran jupyter --paths, following the Jupyter common directories and file locations documentation. From there I picked the runtime directory, so I opened it. The directory contained

  • notebook_cookie_secret file
  • many files with name format: kernel-hash_number.json
  • one file with name format: nbserver-server_number.json

I opened the nbserver-server_number.json file, and I checked that the token number is the same one as the one given by jupyter notebook list. I deleted that file and now Jupyter can't see it as a running server anymore.

作者: yousraHazem 发布者: 2017 年 12 月 27 日
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