I’m trying to run the standard install with the standard starter package on anaconda running locally on a Mac.
I am able to successfully install everything and can run the - make train-nlu - command but can not run the - make run-nlu - command
I receive the following error
make: *** No rule to make target `run-nlu’. Stop.
It must be simple to fix but I am new to Rasa
Where did you see run-nlu? I use starter-pack-rasa-stack, there you should do:
Its in the simple get started video -
That is maybe outdated, I was reading the doc from the GitHub readme (GitHub - RasaHQ/starter-pack-rasa-stack). Also I forgot to mention above, but train-core failed for me, I had to edit the Makefile and remove the
--epochs 200 parameter for it to run.
Thx @jwickers - that worked - I also edited the Makefile and removed the --epochs 200 .
Now when I run the - make cmdline -
I get this:
Gis-MacBook-Pro:starter-pack-rasa-stack gili$ make action-server
python -m rasa_core_sdk.endpoint --actions actions
INFO:main:Starting action endpoint server…
INFO:rasa_core_sdk.executor:Registered function for ‘action_joke’.
INFO:main:Action endpoint is up and running. on (‘0.0.0.0’, 5055)
And its just stuck
any idea whats happening?
@MHWithnail the starterpack you were looking into was only for nlu, that’s why it has run-nlu function
Speaking of the second issue, it’s because there were some changes in the codebase with the new Rasa Core release. I will update the repo in a few minutes.
Ha, it’s not stuck,
make action-server starts a server (that you stop later with CTRL-C), you need to go another terminal to run
I have just updated the repo. Also made it more clear in readme, that you have to start the action server on separater terminal, just like @jwickers suggested you already