Well, I think there still exists an installation for Rasa X 1.0 using docker compose, albeit it is deprecated and there is a warning stating it won’t work for Rasa X 1.1 - which makes me assume it still works for Rasa X 1.0:
Hello @otmarjr, Yes, I’m aware of all the shared screenshots, and not only you many other developers have tried to install rasa X 1.0 whilst using this installation process, but eventually they faced a lot of other issues, so on this I can’t comment much. But, if you need an alternate solution, please do let me know. Cheers.
Thank you for the link, @nik202 , I’ll give it a try on a different server.
However, I’m worried with the current unstability of Rasa X. If I stick to version 0.42.5, I’ll be opting for a version not actively maintained, based on the warning in the docs. Nonetheless, the up-to-date release seems to be very problematic to run.
Currently I’m trying to create a chatbot to serve as a Proof of Concept here in my organization, and I’m afraid those problems may pop up in the future. Do you know of any position of the Rasa team on all these Rasa X issues?
Hope this helps someone else in the future. Matter of fact, I had a problem in my nlu.yml file, which I did not notice when running locally.
I decided to dig deeper into Rasa logs and after running docker logs --tail 50 --follow --timestamps rasa_rasa-x_1 I could notice that I had some validation problems with my nlu.yml file, which were not specified in the error message presented in Rasa X’s UI.
I solved that just by commiting and pushing my new nlu.yml that passed a rasa data validate test. Then, that screen appeared just as expected