This topic describes the Domino File System (DFS) structure. This information is helpful when you perform Runs or use the file browser.
The file system root (
/) contains the following directories.
/ ├── bin ├── boot ├── dev ├── domino # Contains the datasets directory. ├── etc ├── home ├── lib ├── lib32 ├── lib64 ├── media ├── mnt # Default working directory. ├── opt ├── proc ├── root ├── run ├── sbin ├── scripts ├── srv ├── sys ├── tmp ├── usr └── var
When you start a Run from a Domino project, all the files needed for your project are loaded into the Domino working directory.
By default, your working directory is the
The folders and files for your project are stored in that directory.
If your project is set to
import another project,
your working directory is the
Domino sets the |
In addition to your project files, the following files and directories are stored in the working directory:
DOMINO_WORKING_DIR/ ├── ipynb_checkpoints # Contains the auto-saved Jupyter states. ├── results # Contains your generated results. └── stdout.txt # Tail of the console output from your Run. ├── requirements.txt # Optional: Specifies Python package dependencies. ├── .dominoresults # Determines which files are rendered as results. ├── .dominoignore # Contains file patterns for Domino to ignore. ├── .dominokeep # Prevents directory removal of empty directory. ├── dominostats.json # Values shown in the Jobs dashboard. ├── email.html # Controls the formatting of notification emails. ├── .noLock # Solves "too many open files" messages. ├── app.sh # Contains app launching code For your Domino apps. ├── domino.log # Contains CLI logs for local CLI projects only. └── .domino.vmoptions # Contains proxy settings for local CLI projects only.
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