Here error is "No matching distribution found for spacy == 2.3.2" But version 2.3.2 is already available (please check in 3rd last line. I have marked it in yellow). Previously this issue was not coming. Note — I cant update spacy version. Source: Docker..
I am receiving an exit code: 247 when I try to build a Docker image that downloads a large file. The large file is spaCy‘s en_core_web_lg model. I have tried downloading the en_core_web_md model and that worked just fine. I also tried not downloading the lg model in the Dockerfile and instead navigate into the ..
I have made a Flask API for a spacy ner code and deployed it on Docker. In the code I have used python’s logging to return the outputs to a file, info.log. The question is, how to access the log file in the container after running it. Source: Docker..
I’m trying to install SpaCy on my docker image but it always fails. First it was on my requirements.txt file, but it failed right away. Later on I tried running a separate RUN instruction for pip to install it in isolation but it also failed. Here’s my Dockerfile content: FROM python:3.6-alpine WORKDIR /sentenceSimilarity ADD . ..
I recently switched to a Mac mini M1, and am trying to run a project that was running ok in my old intel MBP. Because the project uses [email protected], I switched to using Rosetta2, but even with Rosetta2, one of the docker builds still errors. The failing Dockerfile (omitted some lines for brevity) FROM python:3.8 ..
I am following the instruction (https://github.com/huggingface/transfer-learning-conv-ai) to install conv-ai from huggingface, but I got stuck on the docker build step: docker build -t convai . I am using Mac 10.15, python 3.8, increased Docker memory to 4G. I have tried the following ways to solve the issue: add RUN pip3 install –upgrade setuptools in Dockerfile ..
I already have a docker image built with spacy and other dependencies installed. I am trying to build another image using docker build, pulling from the existing image, which will contain non-english spacy modules. I am using Docker desktop to do this. This is my docker file: FROM docker/image:14jul2020 ENV http_proxy="http://internet.com:83" ENV https_proxy="http://internet.com:83" # spacy ..
I’m trying to build HMNET docker image but keep running into this issue. I don’t have a lot of experience with Python/Docker and could really use some help….. => ERROR [19/22] RUN python -m spacy download en 2.7s —— > [19/22] RUN python -m spacy download en: #22 2.335 Traceback (most recent call last): #22 ..
When I’m trying to deploy my docker file with the ‘RUN python -m spacy download en_core_web_lg’ command, the docker is crashing in the Azure cloud but working fine in the local docker build. Can anyone shred a light on this? Docker file: FROM python:3.7-slim-buster RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y libgtk2.0-dev cmake libpoppler-cpp-dev poppler-utils ..
So my docker file has the following line RUN python -m spacy download en_core_web_sm Which throws an error stating thinc module is not found. So, I decided to add the following line above the previous line. RUN pip install thinc When I compile I get the following error. Step 30/48 : RUN pip install thinc ..