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    Xusheng Ai


    Thanks for the update to the FABlib library. It’s much more convenient that only need to configure Fabric environment once and even more stuff we would like to explore. However, I did come across an issue.

    I was able to import the FABlib library and create slice using the updated notebook. Then I got a disconnect error when I re-connect to the JupyterHub, I got the error No such file or directory: '/tmp/fablib/fablib.log' when I set fablib = fablib_manager(). I tried to re-run the configure notebook and it still didn’t work. I was wondering if I need to create a fablib.log file.

    Here is the information of the fabric_rc:

    fabric@jupyter-xai-40clemson-2eedu:~/work/fabric_config$ ls -l
    total 16
    -rw-r----- 1 fabric users  730 Jul 21 18:39 fabric_rc
    -rw-rw---- 1 fabric users 2575 Jul 21 14:13 slice_key
    -rw-rw---- 1 fabric users  569 Jul 21 14:13 slice_key.pub
    -rw-rw---- 1 fabric users  352 Jul 21 18:35 ssh_config
     fabric@jupyter-xai-40clemson-2eedu:~/work/fabric_config$ cat fabric_rc 
    export FABRIC_CREDMGR_HOST=cm.fabric-testbed.net
    export FABRIC_ORCHESTRATOR_HOST=orchestrator.fabric-testbed.net
    export FABRIC_PROJECT_ID=b3cffedd-ddb4-43ee-b57d-459b768e14ca
    export FABRIC_TOKEN_LOCATION=/home/fabric/work/tokens.json
    export FABRIC_BASTION_HOST=bastion-1.fabric-testbed.net
    export FABRIC_BASTION_USERNAME=xai_0051546236
    export FABRIC_BASTION_KEY_LOCATION=/home/fabric/work/xai-bastion-1
    export FABRIC_SLICE_PRIVATE_KEY_FILE=/home/fabric/work/fabric_config/slice_key
    export FABRIC_SLICE_PUBLIC_KEY_FILE=/home/fabric/work/fabric_config/slice_key.pub 
    export FABRIC_LOG_FILE=/tmp/fablib/fablib.log

    Thanks for your help,
    Best Regards,

    Paul Ruth

    This is a temporary bug from an update we just pushed.  Either wait a bit and a fix will be pushed or type “mkdir /tmp/fablib” and it will work for now.

    Xusheng Ai

    Hello Paul,

    That works! Thank you so much.

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