Where is the Notebook information saved in Syntasa?

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    Sarath Botlagunta (Edited )

    Notebook files are saved on the infrastructure bucket that is configured in the Infra section of Syntasa (S3 or GCS). 
    All notebooks will have auto save enabled (2 min is the default). So any code written will be auto saved every 2 mins. But user can save before that. 
    All the information related to notebook is stored in the notebook file itself. Additional syntasa runtime information (when connected to syntasa runtime) is stored in a separate file at the same location as the actual notebook file. This runtime information file is just for the service to understand which runtime to connect and how to connect etc. End user has no use or purpose with that file.

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    Brian Pavlicek

    So how is the Save and Checkpoint supposed to perform in the notebook service? Are you able to save/checkpoint multiple versions in a single notebook or is that not how this works?

    Reason i'm asking is if someone goes into another users notebook and makes a saved checkpoint and then makes changes to the notebook and saves it again, can the original checkpoint be reinstalled or is it lost?

     

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    Brian Pavlicek

    Additionally, if I download a notebook like an .ipynb file now to preserve my notebook before providing shared access, how can i reinstall that notebook or make a copy or roll back to previous version?

     

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    Mahesh Shenoy

    Sarath Botlagunta / Shahdy Ali Hassan

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    Sarath Botlagunta

    Import,copy of notebook is now supported.
    Regarding the checkpoint location and rolling back to previous checkpoint, I will defer to Pradeepraj Chandrasekaran.

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