Docker Compose Installation

The following command always fails:

ubunt@primary:/etc/rasa$ sudo docker-compose up -d

with a no space error although there is heaps of disk available to the VM.

Pulling db-migration (rasa/rasa-x:0.34.0)… 0.34.0: Pulling from rasa/rasa-x 852e50cd189d: Pull complete 334ed303e4ad: Pull complete 92c4d2410afa: Pull complete 2ad460f59b0e: Pull complete 4fd34eac054f: Pull complete 4df3084a7561: Pull complete 13e158b34793: Pull complete c78e183e7128: Pull complete 6aa9bafe79b9: Extracting [==================================================>] 484.8MB/484.8MB ed17cd4cda33: Download complete ERROR: failed to register layer: Error processing tar file(exit status 1): write /usr/local/lib/python3.7/site-packages/tensorflow/python/ no space left on device

Any suggestions welcome.

Hi @tswordsmith,

Some unused and stopped containers will also consume system memory. Make sure you delete all the unused containers.

Check out this on Stack Overflow for more detailed instructions:

Thanks, Uday

Thanks for the info. There are no other docker containers on this new VM and no containers on the host system either. The filesystem is showing heaps of disk so the reason for the error is elusive…

Are you able to solve the problem?

Not yet. I’ve reinstalled multipass and tried again with no luck. I’ll try WSL2 and see if that works or set up a ubuntu box but seems like a lot of effort for something that should just work.

Also make sure you are satisfying the OS requirements if in case you have plans to setup Rasa X as well.