NeSI JupyterHub Login
The easiest method for accessing the NeSI cluster is to use our JupyterHub service. Below are the login and troubleshooting instructions for NeSI JupyterHub:
- Follow this link: https://jupyter.nesi.org.nz
- Enter your NeSI username, HPC password your 6 digit second factor token
- Choose server options: the session project code should be NeSI Training (), Number of CPUs and memory size will remain unchanged. However, select the appropriate Wall time based on the projected length of a session
- From Jupyter Launcher screen, choose Terminal (highlighted in red box)
Accessing the Cluster and Running Jobs
Jupyter for Interactive work.
In a web browser, navigate to https://jupyter.nesi.org.nz, select the resource requirements for your job. Jobs are run interactively.
Best For: New Users, Job and code tests and Jobs using < 4 CPUs and < 128GB
Advantages: Interactive, file explorer, no local setup required.
Jupyter and SBATCH
In a web browser, navigate to https://jupyter.nesi.org.nz, select the resource requirements for your session (should only need minimal memory and CPU). Jobs scripts are submitted using the
sbatch command (non-interactive).
Best For: New Users, Windows Users.
Advantages: File explorer, no local setup required.
SSH and SBATCH
From your local computer, using an SSH client to connect to a shell session (interactive), running on the NeSI login Node. Jobs scripts are submitted using the
sbatch command (non-interactive). Instructions for SSH and command-line setup can be found in our documentation: Accessing the HPCs
Best For: Users familiar with command line, Linux/Mac users.
Advantages: Most flexible.