I tried the manual installation as explained in:
on Docker for MacOS and got the containers as in the attached file.
The constantly restarting containers
rasax_new_logger_1 and rasax_new_rasa-x_1
rasa/logger:latest and rasa/rasa-x:latest
produced no errors which where logable. The docker logs command gave no result.
rasax_new_rasa-production_1 and rasax_new_rasa-worker_1
produced errors as shown in the attached file.
What did i do wrong?
Thank you so much for your help
container_logs_errors.txt (2.1 KB) docker_container_ls_output.txt (2.1 KB)
got the same problem, hope someone can give some advice. thanks
Hi @Andreas1, did you notice the part in the
Requirements where it says you should be running a modern Linux distribution? Unfortunately I can’t promise that it would work on Docker for MacOS.
Otherwise, I would very much not recommend using the
latest versions, as they can be unstable and also don’t ensure compatibility between the versions. If you want to try on the latest versions, you should download
0.23.4 which is compatible with rasa
1.5.3 and rasa-sdk
Thank you very much for your help.
I read the requirements but I ignored the part about the modern Linux distribution because I thought that Docker for MacOS brings everything which is required. I am surprised that there is such a strong dependency between the host operating system and the Rasa X containers. That’s not how I understand docker containers should work.
I will try to downgrade the containers to see if that resolves the issue. And I will change to a normal Linux operating system if that doesn’t work.
Thanks again. It was very helpful.