Show which notebooks are running from the Workspace page
When I glance at my notebooks in the Workspace page, I cannot tell which ones are currently active. This matters because if notebooks are active, the cluster will not sleep automatically. (I recognize that a temporary stopgap is to manually shut down the cluster.)
+1. Tagging for UX review.
I was just about to request a similar and related feature. I will add it here for now, but if it is determined to be a different set of work, we can break it out.
BTW, a related request is this one:
terra-ui/issues/538: Provide a list of running notebook clusters
It would be really nice if users had more insight into their "notebook VMs" (which are running, which are paused) and jupyter kernels (notebooks) running on those notebook VMs.
It would also be nice if users had more control over behavior of the VMs. I was thinking about this same issue in the context of a few different desired user experiences:
Today, #2 and #4 are the observed behaviors. #4 surprised a few people as they didn't realize their notebook VM just kept running (overnight, over the weekend...)
My ideal situation would be to have the control to explicitly state my intention; do I want my notebook to be long running or do I want "idleness" to be more aggressively detected. If I do accidentally leave a browser tab open to a notebook - it would be great if there was some other avenue in which I could be informed that my VM is running and has been running for [time].
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