I followed the steps from:
after edited docker-compose.yml with:
image: &jlabimage omnisci/omnisci-jupyterlab-cpu:v0.5
### Required settings ###
DOCKER_JUPYTER_LAB_IMAGE: &jlabimage omnisci/omnisci-jupyterlab-cpu:v0.5
ERROR: yaml.composer.ComposerError: found duplicate anchor 'jlabimage'; first occurrence
in "./docker-compose.yml", line 29, column 12
in "./docker-compose.yml", line 53, column 33
The first occurrence is related to point 10. of “Installing Jupyter with OmniSciDB” , while the second one is related to: “Upgrading docker-compose Services” paragraph.
Therefore I have to edit in this way:
in order to make the pull working.
In addition, if I stop my current active processes as in this note:
I don’t have any active omnisci instance, even after executing :
docker-compose up -d
while if I reactivate my omnisci local installation with:
sudo systemctl start omnisci_server
sudo systemctl start omnisci_web_server
I don’t have any Jupyter button in the top right corner of Immerse.
If I execute:
WS:/var/lib/omnisci$ docker container ls
CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES
8321529ce6fc omnisci/omnisci-jupyterhub:v0.4 "/docker-entrypoint.…" 3 hours ago Up 3 hours 8000/tcp jupyterhub
5e9e4414ae1a omnisci/omnisci-ee-cuda:latest "/bin/sh -c '/omnisc…" 3 hours ago Restarting (1) 24 seconds ago omnisciserver
I can see my conteiner-id in “restarting” state.