There are three basic types of spawners available for dockerspawner:
- DockerSpawner: takes an authenticated user and spawns a notebook server in a Docker container for the user.
- SwarmSpawner: launches single user notebook servers as Docker Swarm mode services.
- SystemUserSpawner: spawns single user notebook servers that correspond to system users.
See the DockerSpawner documentation for more information about features and usage.
JupyterHub 0.7 or above is required, which also means Python 3.3 or above.
Install dockerspawner to the system:
pip install dockerspawner
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