No supported devices found for platform CUDA

while running command rasa train iam getting following error can anybody tell why is this happening

Processed Story Blocks: 100%|███| 28/28 [00:00<00:00, 2311.28it/s, # trackers=1] Processed Story Blocks: 100%|████| 28/28 [00:00<00:00, 74.95it/s, # trackers=28] Processed Story Blocks: 100%|████| 28/28 [00:00<00:00, 54.74it/s, # trackers=50] Processed Story Blocks: 100%|████| 28/28 [00:00<00:00, 49.09it/s, # trackers=50] Processed trackers: 100%|███████| 28/28 [00:00<00:00, 979.72it/s, # actions=151] Processed actions: 151it [00:00, 12767.15it/s, # examples=143] Processed trackers: 100%|██████████████████| 528/528 [00:00<00:00, 19319.15it/s] 2020-07-03 15:32:46.573032: F tensorflow/stream_executor/lib/] Attempting to fetch value instead of handling error Internal: no supported devices found for platform CUDA

Hi Rohith.

In order to help you I will need some extra information. What version or Rasa are you using and what operating system do you have?

Also, you can render the traces nicely in this forum by using markdown. You can write three ticks (`) such that the traceback is rendered

like this 

CUDA in general suggests that you might be trying to use tensorflow with a GPU. Is this accurate?

thanks for reply @koaning these are the details rasa==1.5.3 rasa-sdk==1.5.2 rasa-x==0.23.5

OS ubuntu 18.04

Hi Rohith,

I fear Rasa 1.5.2 is a bit dated. We’re at Rasa 1.10.5 now. I don’t know 100% for sure but I can imagine this is a version issue. Odds are that an old version of tensorflow is downloaded. One which is not supported on your platform.

@koaning thank you it sorted my issue.

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