Background: i set up a new MBP with MacOS Big Sur 11.4 then my TensorFlow model loading script is not working anymore (which works previously and still works on my another laptop), i tried to set up exactly same python virtual environment, and even use exactly same Dockerfile, still one is working and the other ..
When trying to make a Dockerfile work, each failed build accumulates disk usage and soon I find myself into getting no space left on device all the time. Example: # docker disk usage is currently =~ 0Gb / 70Gb available $ docker build . # failed (for some irrelevant reason) # docker disk usage is ..
After update to macOS Big Sur I am not able to build React inside a Docker container. => ERROR [base_build 9/9] RUN npm run build 94.4s —— > [base_build 9/9] RUN npm run build: #23 1.110 #23 1.110 > [email protected] build /app #23 1.110 > react-scripts build #23 1.110 #23 4.913 Creating an optimized production ..
Since a while back we have been using a docker container to do deployments to a GKE cluster. The container is based on one of googles cloud SDK images. The docker file looks something like: FROM gcr.io/google.com/cloudsdktool/cloud-sdk:322.0.0-alpine RUN gcloud components install kubectl … # The docker image will also include any manifests etc. that is ..
I can not download various images. Example of this case for mariadb and mysql. docker-compose up Password: Docker Compose is now in the Docker CLI, try `docker compose up` Pulling db (mariadb:10.3)… 10.3: Pulling from library/mariadb 345e3491a907: Already exists 57671312ef6f: Already exists 5e9250ddb7d0: Already exists 2d512e2ff778: Pull complete 57c1a7dc2af9: Downloading [========================> ] 2.653MB/5.49MB 5f1da40ab8a2: Download ..
I have a docker image based on pytorch/pytorch:1.6.0-cuda10.1-cudnn7-devel image. It builds successfully on macOS Catalina but it fails to build on macOS Big Sur. It fails when running import encoding in python script (see stack trace below). Seems like the issue is related to python deep learning libraries that are wrapping c++ implementation. I don’t ..
I am running Big Sur and Docker Desktop 3.2.2 and want to tail /private/var/log/system.log from inside a running container, however, new log entries don’t appear once tailing starts. In Resources > File Sharing I added /private/var/log just in case. I start the container with this command: docker run -v /private/var/log/:/test/ -it busybox tail -f /test/system.log ..
I have the following docker compose file: version: "3.6" services: db: image: "mcr.microsoft.com/mssql/server" user: root environment: SA_PASSWORD: "supersecure" ACCEPT_EULA: ‘y’ ports: – "1433:1433" volumes: – ./db:/var/opt/mssql volumes: db: driver: local When I try to run it, it fails and the following logs are what I see via Docker Desktop: Attaching to server_db_1 db_1 | SQL ..
I’ve been having strange network issues ever since moving to MacOS BigSur and VMware Fusion 12 on a CentOS VM. In order to access the internet I’m using Bridged Networking. I found Autodetect and USB 10/100/1000 LAN do not work, however Wi-Fi works and an IP address is assigned to the network interface in the ..
After updating to OS Big Sur I ran into a problem I can’t solve : When I’m building a Docker image via : docker build – < Dockerfile with a Dockerfile containing : FROM python:3 COPY . . RUN apt-get update RUN apt-get upgrade RUN apt-get clean RUN apt-get install pip3 RUN apt-get install build−essential ..