I try to utilize all 8 cores with the following jited function that is supposed to return a Jaccard Distance Matrix: @jit(nopython=True, parallel=True) def compute_jaccard(session1, session2, arr, lengths): """Jited funciton to calculate jaccard distance """ session1, session2 = session1, session2 intersection, union = 0, 0 if(lengths[session2] > lengths[session1]): session1, session2 = session2, session1 marked = ..
I am trying to run a .Net 5 application in an docker container. This Application uses the SAP NetWeaver RFC SDK to connect to a SAP system. However it reports the error UUID daemon (uuidd) is not active At first I tried to use the microsoft provided runtime image (mcr.microsoft.com/dotnet/runtime:5.0) which produced the error initially. ..
I’m trying to use –password-stdin and followed the directions here: https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/commandline/login/ I’ve looked all over the internet and tried many different things, but nothing is working. Here is a snapshot of my command line: error message Does anybody have any advice? Source: Docker..
I am using Docker on Ubuntu 20.04. A Docker container has already Python 3.4.2 installed on it. Now, I’m gonna upgrade it to Python 3.5 or later. I didn’t find anything useful on the web to do that. Would be thankful if anyone lends my hands. I need that to install numpy on the Docker ..
I follow some steps on this question: Is it safe to clean docker/overlay2/ But now all the size that was in docker/overlay2 changed to /dev/nvme0n1p3. And /dev/nvme0n1p3 is taking 244G (it left just 1.4G available in the computer). Do you know how can I delete or clean this memorize? Source: Docker..
I am trying to work on a project which involves using rasa, when I run sudo docker-compose up , I get the following error . Screenshot of the error I have also tried to just keep the container running and tried to login and create a file just to check and there as well I ..
I’m new to vscode + docker. I’ve followed some specific instructions to set up my vscode project by editing settings.json, devcontainer.json, docker-compose.yaml, etc., and I’ve managed to connect to a virtual machine, launch the web server on it and access it in my browser, to run SQL queries and terminal commands on this virtual machine ..
When I run sudo apt install linux-modules-extra-$(uname -r) in a Docker container based on a Ubuntu 20.04 on a single board computer running Ubuntu 18.04, I get the following errors: E: Unable to locate package linux-modules-extra-4.15.0-143-generic E: Couldn’t find any package by glob ‘linux-modules-extra-4.15.0-143-generic’ E: Couldn’t find any package by regex ‘linux-modules-extra-4.15.0-143-generic’ To me, this ..
I have been really struggling with this one. I have downloaded the nvidia tensorflow:21.04-tf2-py3 image on my machine (Ubuntu 20.04), everything runs smoothly when I load the docker image except the fact that no matter what it always sends me to the /workspace, which by the way I have no idea where it is locally. ..
After a restart and 3 additional drives being installed into my Dell R710 running Ubuntu Server but Docker Containers have disappeared from the eyes of Docker. I can browse the files and see that they still exist. Any insight? I had not restarted in a while. Currently, most of my server’s functionality lies in programs ..