Working with platform components

Overview

Using Anaconda Adam, you can install and manage the Anaconda platform components listed below. An Adam command for managing an Anaconda component has the format:

$ adam [platform-component] [command]
Platform component Adam Command Prefix
Anaconda Enterprise Notebooks adam enterprise-notebooks
Anaconda Repository adam repository
Anaconda Scale adam scale

You can also use Adam to install and manage the Anaconda platform on Amazon EC2 cloud-based nodes and air gapped machines.

Default usernames and passwords

The default administrator usernames and passwords for each platform component are:

Platform component Username Password
Anaconda Enterprise Notebooks wakari anaconda
Anaconda Repository superuser anaconda
Jupyter Notebook - anaconda

Platform component documentation

For more information on a platform component, see:

Viewing a platform component’s status

To view the status of a platform component, run:

$ adam [platform-component] -n [cluster-name] status

EXAMPLE: To view the status of Repository on a cluster named “cluster”:

$ adam repository -n cluster status

Stopping services for a platform component

To stop services related to a platform component, run:

$ adam [platform-component] -n [cluster-name] stop

EXAMPLE: To stop Repository services on a cluster named “cluster”:

$ adam repository -n cluster stop

Restarting services for a platform component

To restart services related to a platform component, run:

$ adam [platform-component] -n [cluster-name] restart

EXAMPLE: To restart Repository services on a cluster named “cluster”:

$ adam repository -n cluster restart