I’m having the same issue . No model found after running the command:
So I tried to inspect what’s going on .
I ran the container and tried to train it manually
and Now I got a segmentation fault error.
@vivitare thanks . it helped a lot to debug and understand the issue .
At the end , I chose to build my image inspired from what I found on Rasa’s website and the community .
For now everything is working perfectly and the containers are orchestrated .
Here’s the link Rim Ben Nasr / rasa docker · GitLab .
Hoping it could help someone else .
Sorry rasafan for my very late reply , I’ve been busy last few days.
I didn’t run through this problem before and according to the internet
they say that the errors occurred cause the apt repositories are configured incorrectly.
So I guess the problem is coming from the base image (python:3.7).
before running the Dockerfile , try to download the image
sudo docker pull python:3.7
besides make sure that you are connected to internet while running the Dockerfile .