Step 6: Clean up [Workspaces]


To avoid spending unnecessary compute resources, make sure to stop any Workspace sessions that you started as a part of this tutorial. If your Domino is deployed in the cloud, this will prevent you from incurring unnecessary charges. If your Domino is deployed on premises, this will free up your compute resources for others to use.

There are two places in the Domino UI where you can stop your sessions.

Option 1: Stop your Workspace session from inside the workspace

  1. Above your Jupyter notebook in the blue menu bar, click Stop.


  2. Enter a descriptive commit message in the text box above Sync all Changes. Now click on Sync All Changes.


Option 2: Stop your Workspace session from the Workspaces page

  1. Go the to the Workspaces page in Domino. Since the Jupyter workspace opened in a new tab, you may have to select the previous Domino tab.

  2. Click on the Stop button corresponding to your workspace session.


  3. Click Stop My Workspace.


In both options, you were able to select Stop and Commit. The Stop and Commit button stops the workspace session and also saves your work back to your project. The new files created from Step 5 should now be visible on the Files page.