Hello Team!. Is there a way to debug the error behind a command that creates a new Rasa X instance?
It gets stuck in “Deploying Rasa X …” and I don’t know why.
Just to clarify, I’m using:
sudo rasactl start --create --values-file values.yml to create it.
you can add
--verbose to your command
I have, but it’s not showing a clear error either.
Can you please share your
values.yml file. Do you have several rasax instances running on this server (
Hey @soerenetler. Thanks for replying again and sorry for my delay.
I have only one instance. What I’m trying to do is use the Docker image for installing the custom action server in the instance from a private repo.
I was able to make it work using a public repo, but then I switched to a private one and followed the tutorial covered here to do so.
Here’s what I have in the config that I use to upgrade the instance after it was created:
- name: "secret_name"
As you might imagine, I created a secret using kubectl inside the namespace of this instance after creating the instance but before upgrading it. Such secret is called “secret_name”.
I don’t know what’s wrong and from the “–verbose” mode I can’t tell anything.
What do you use as
secret_name? I assume all values a filled in correctly.
Can you try adding the namespace to the command?
rasactl start my-namespace (without the --create falg, because the deployment already exists.
--verbose tell you. Which step does the deployment stop in?