Rasa x training failed

I am not able to add intents and train my bot , It is showing (Training failed ,) neither able to upload the models. And bot is not responding to any intent .Created a well structured story as well domain is perfect but a change in config . Tell me to how to add data to new bot and start conversation.

@Rishabhh17 check the logs of rasa and rasa actions.

i dont have any logs file. What is did is just hit this command (curl -s get-rasa-x.rasa.com | sudo bash) and The bot is deployed on the server with the url but now i want to add data and train the bot. I am new to github also.

@Rishabhh17 That you not mentioned anywhere in you first post, be specific.

Can you help me?Please

@Rishabhh17 your bot is able to run on basic mood bot or whatever project you created?

It isn’t responding anything .

@Rishabhh17 means you had used Rasa-X using quick installation ?, and can I ask which OS you are using; Window, Mac, or Ubuntu?


@Rishabhh17 Are you able to solve this?

No,that’s why I am asking?

@Rishabhh17 Its been 4 days that’s why I am asking.

If you dont mind can we connect over mail?

You did a Quick-Install, this is equivalent to Helm Install.

Helm install uses Kubernetes, which is made of Pods, which are made of Docker Containers.

You have Pods for Rasa X, the Action Server, NLU, Training, etc.

To see your pods, write the command

kubectl get pods --namespace rasa

You will get an output like that:

NAME                                  READY STATUS  RESTARTS AGE
rasa-postgresql-0                     1/1   Running 0        40h
rasa-nginx-7f4677647c-zsz7c           1/1   Running 0        40h
rasa-redis-master-0                   1/1   Running 0        40h
rasa-rasa-x-6dcd76666d-ll5v7          1/1   Running 0        40h
rasa-rabbit-0                         1/1   Running 0        40h
rasa-app-668fc6f74d-xqqsg             1/1   Running 0        40h
rasa-db-migration-service-0           1/1   Running 1        40h
rasa-rasa-worker-b96b6758d-bq7w9      1/1   Running 0        40h
rasa-rasa-production-567858d7dc-5288t 1/1   Running 0        40h
rasa-event-service-7d57fc658b-hsk68   1/1   Running 0        40h

Once you get the name of the pods, you can individually check their logs to see what went wrong with the command:

kubectl logs <pod_name> --namespace rasa

For example:

kubectl logs rasa-rasa-worker-b96b6758d-bq7w9 --namespace rasa

I have installed using docker installations and now the version of rasa x is showing none!

Rasa Version : 2.8.1 Minimum Compatible Version: 2.8.0 Rasa SDK Version : 2.8.1 Rasa X Version : None Python Version : 3.6.9 Operating System : Linux-5.4.0-1055-azure-x86_64-with-Ubuntu-18.04-bionic Python Path : /datadrive/venv/bin/python3