jupyter tutorial uses create-run to run TOV simulation in foreground

Issue #2150 closed
Roland Haas created an issue

create-run is not something that is typically used on clusters and also is not what is used for the "Hello, World!" example before. For the sake of keeping the information presented to new users minimum, we should not use it. Keeping the run in the background also means that we can increase runtime and still do plots every once in a while to show the oscillations. One cal also use "show-oputput --follow" to show the progress of the simulation I think.

Keyword: new-user-tutorial

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  1. Roland Haas reporter
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    At least as of git hash 7ebc1ed "CactusTutorial: more closely match gallery BNS example physics" of jupyter-et this is no longer the case and it uses create-submit for the tov (and create-run for Hello, World!).

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