We have Jupyterhub in Kuberenetes. We are upgrading jupuyterhub from 0.0.8 to 1.0.0. After upgrade when I (as admin) try to access other user’s site I get this error
If click on “Authorize”, I get a “403 access forbidden error”
Please let me know what am I missing. The setup is exactly same as already functioning jupyterhub 0.0.8 except that , jupyterhub is upgraded to 1.0.0
Thanks for reporting this experience!
Is it correct that what led you to this was:
- Being an admin
- visits /hub/admin
- Using the access server button for another user
- Get this response
- Then get a 403 response
What version of the jupyterhub helm chart did you use before, and what do you use now?
(0.8.2 is the latest non-beta release, 0.9.0-beta.3 is the newest)
Hello! We have the same error. We are testing with a standard local deployment and tested with docker-compose with versions 1.0.0, 1.1.0, 1.2.0dev. We are able to access shared notebooks by setting group membership explicitly and running the notebook as a service, however, setting the standard admin_access = True doesn’t seem to do the trick.
If you need help with further diagnosis and a possible PR for a fix let us know