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I have freshly installed Rasa and RasaX on the server using quick install script and connected repo created via rasa init.

Rasa Version : 2.8.0 Minimum Compatible Version: 2.8.0 Rasa SDK Version : 2.8.0 Rasa X Version : 0.42.0 Python Version : 3.8.10 Operating System : Linux-5.4.0-80-generic-x86_64-with-glibc2.29 Python Path : /usr/bin/python3

I have checked logs of rabbit, postgresql and redis haven’t noticed any errors. I have my adblock turned off. I don’t have any action server connected.

@csd-oss Heya!

Can you try downgrade rasa-x to 0.39.3 and then try run?

How to do this? Uninstall and install again passing env variable?

@csd-oss Just you need to install in conda environment using this command.

pip install rasa-x==0.39.3 --extra-index-url

@csd-oss after that just share the screenshot of rasa --version

I used Customize Your Deployment to install, so this all works in k3s. I don’t think pip install will be right way. I will uninstall and install again passing RASA_X_VERSION to install script.

@csd-oss you haven’t mentioned about your installation for the same that you using K3S etc so I just suggested the general process of installation.

@csd-oss try install rasa-x on local machine and then try to install on server or k3s.

Yes, downgrading the version helped. I reinstalled everything. But it seems strange.

rasa@rasa-rasa-x-5f568f989-2q6nb:~$ rasa --version
Rasa Version      :         2.5.0
Minimum Compatible Version: 2.2.0a1
Rasa SDK Version  :         2.5.0
Rasa X Version    :         0.39.3
Python Version    :         3.8.5
Operating System  :         Linux-5.4.0-80-generic-x86_64-with-glibc2.29
Python Path       :         /usr/bin/python3

Yes, marked as solution

@csd-oss Nice, thanks for the solution, but I’d suggest using the latest versions of rasa and Rasa SDK for your future project, without disturbing this setup. Good Luck!!