the use_rewrites is set to default.
Under the General tag in Headers or Response Headers or Request Headers, the “Location” doesn’t appear.
As mentioned, one difference with the other thread is that it routes to authentication again before getting to jupyter, i.e., after “connect to Jupyter” the authentication prompt window appears again. If I authenticate that, then I am prompted to the jupyter notebook with an “invalid credentials” message. Then, attached is the screenshot you asked for.
As a side note,
I just see something in the jupyter output file from one of the launches:
/home/user/ondemand/data/sys/dashboard/batch_connect/dev/jupyter_notebook/output/jupyter-id/before.sh: line 38: openssl: command not found which means traffic won’t be encrypted. I don’t think that’s related but just wanted to bring that.
Just for sanity checks: here is the websockify installation
I have verified that websockify is installed and working on the COMPUTE node:
[host]# websockify --help
websockify [options] [source_addr:]source_port [target_addr:target_port]
websockify [options] [source_addr:]source_port – WRAP_COMMAND_LINE
cat /etc/ood/config/clusters.d/mycluster.yml | grep websockify