Trying to install some custom library, I totally screwed up the Notebook environment. I probably removed some important files from the default library. How can I start a fresh container?
You can restart your server from https://services.humanbrainproject.eu/jupyterhub/hub/home
After you will get fresh container
This link seems to be broken. Any change?
This URL does not exist anymore. @jcmuller can you provide an updated one ?
Not sure if stopping your server will fix your environment. I think via the UI you will get your container stopped, but not removed. The next time you open a notebook Jupyterhub will start the stopped container instead of spawning a new one.
I am not sure this works. I simply see a "Server error: undefined" message on clicking the button.Pretty sure (if I remember correct) that the original link had been able to reset the container.
@courcol: As discussed on the call today, this feature doesn't reset the container anymore. Any alternative?