Managing packages within conda environments

You can select the conda environment to either add, update, or remove conda packages and to view host logs.

Before you begin

You must be either a cluster or consumer administrator or have the ANACONDA_DISTRIBUTION_VIEW, ANACONDA_DISTRIBUTION_INSTANCE_VIEW and ANACONDA_DISTRIBUTION_INSTANCE_CONFIGURE permissions.

Procedure

  1. From the cluster management console, click Resources > Frameworks > Anaconda Management, and then select an Anaconda or Miniconda distribution.

    If only one Anaconda or Miniconda distribution instance exists, the page opens automatically. If there are more than one, select the distribution instance that you want to open.

  2. Under Conda Environments, click an environment.
  3. On the packages tab, add, update, or remove your conda package:
    • To add a conda package:
      1. Click Add.
      2. Specify the package (or a list of packages) to add to the conda environment with optional version numbers.
      3. Specify the conda channel or channels of the Anaconda or Miniconda repository to use. For more than one channel, use a comma to separate multiple channels. If left blank, the default conda channel is used.
      4. Click Add.
    • To make changes to an existing conda package:
      1. Click Update.
      2. Specify the list of packages to update.
      3. Change the conda channel or channels of the Anaconda or Miniconda repository to use, as needed. For more than one channel, use a comma to separate multiple channels. If left blank, the default conda channel is used.
      4. Click Update.
    • To remove a conda package, select the name of the package and click Remove. You cannot remove a conda package that is being used by an instance group. You can view the associated instance groups on the distribution instance page.