A Domino workspace is an interactive session where you can conduct research, analyze data, train models, and more. Use workspaces to work in the development environment of your choice, like Jupyter notebooks, RStudio, VS Code, and many other customizable environments.
- Launch a Workspace
Create a workspace so you can use your preferred tools in a reproducible and customizable environment. Learn how to select or configure VS Code to be the workspace in an environment. You can also set custom preferences such as themes for RStudio workspaces.
- Workspace Settings
After creating a workspace, you can change the hardware tier, environment, volume size, and so on.
- Save Work in a Workspace
If you save work to the
mntdirectory, it is persisted when the workspace is stopped and resumed.
- Sync Changes
You can synchronize changes made to files in the
/mntdirectory to a Domino project.
- View Workspaces
Describes how to view workspaces that you or your collaborators created. You can also see deleted workspaces.
- Stop a Workspace
Stop workspaces to manage compute costs.
- Resume a Workspace
Restart workspaces that were previously stopped.
- Delete a Workspace
Delete workspaces that you no longer need.
- View Workspace Logs
Use the logs to see information a about user actions, Domino, and Kubernetes.
- View Workspace History
View sessions and commits that were made in a workspace.
- Work with Legacy Workspaces
View workspaces started prior to an upgrade to Domino 4.5.
- Use Git in Your Workspace
Use Git-based projects or import Git repositories to use
Select any commit to create a workspace from.
- Run Multiple Applications in a Workspace
Sometimes you must run multiple applications in the same Workspace session.