A no-op kernel manager to be used when starting kernels.




_readyPromise: any
serverSettings: ServerConnection.ISettings

The server settings for the manager.


  • get connectionFailure(): ISignal<this, Error>
  • A signal emitted when there is a connection failure.

    Returns ISignal<this, Error>

  • get disposed(): ISignal<this, void>
  • A signal emitted when the delegate is disposed.

    Returns ISignal<this, void>

  • get isActive(): boolean
  • Whether the manager is active.

    Returns boolean

  • get isDisposed(): boolean
  • Test whether the delegate has been disposed.

    Returns boolean

  • get isReady(): boolean
  • Test whether the manager is ready.

    Returns boolean

  • get parentReady(): Promise<void>
  • Used for testing.

    Returns Promise<void>

  • get ready(): Promise<void>
  • A promise that fulfills when the manager is ready (never).

    Returns Promise<void>

  • get runningChanged(): ISignal<this, Kernel.IModel[]>
  • A signal emitted when the running kernels change.

    Returns ISignal<this, Kernel.IModel[]>


  • Dispose of the resources used by the manager.

    Returns void

  • Force a refresh of the running kernels.

    Returns Promise<void>

    A promise that resolves when the running list has been refreshed.


    This is not typically meant to be called by the user, since the manager maintains its own internal state.

  • Execute a request to the server to poll running kernels and update state.

    Returns Promise<void>

  • Create an iterator over the most recent running kernels.

    Returns IterableIterator<Kernel.IModel>

    A new iterator over the running kernels.

  • Shut down a kernel by id - throws an error since it is not supported.


    • id: string

    Returns Promise<void>

  • Shut down all kernels.

    Returns Promise<void>

    A promise that resolves when all of the kernels are shut down.

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