I’m trying to deploy a Flask application using Apache Spark 3.1.1 on Kubernetes. app.py from flask import Flask from pyspark.sql import SparkSession app = Flask(__name__) app.debug = True @app.route(‘/’) def main(): print("Start of Code") spark = SparkSession.builder.appName("Test").getOrCreate() sc=spark.sparkContext spark.stop() print("End of Code") return ‘hi’ if __name__ == ‘__main__’: app.run() requirements.txt flask pyspark Dockerfile NOTE: "spark-py" ..
I have a watiress API, I am trying to make it public in a docker contain, However i am receiving the following error: return self.socket.bind(addr) fleettracker_1 | OSError: [Errno 99] Cannot assign requested address Here is my Docker-compose yml version: ‘3’ services: fleettracker: build: ./fleettracker ports: – "5000:5017" links: – db networks: – fullstack db: ..
I have docker running on my Windows 10 OS and I have a minimal flask app from flask import Flask app = Flask(__name__) @app.route(‘/’) def hello(): return "Hello World!" if __name__ == "__main__": app.run(host =’0.0.0.0′, port = 5001, debug = True) And I am dockerizing it using the following file FROM python:alpine3.7 COPY . /opt ..
Please help I’m following a tutorial for flask but every time I try to build up this one application the route returns an internal server error and the problem seems to be with "render template". Here’s how I structured my app: "python" |_books.py |_DockerFile | |_templates index.html Here’s the code in each of the files. ..
My local folder looks like this: recsys/ app/ models/ model.pth # trained model static/ styles.css templates/ main.html api.py # Flask API data/ dict_data/ … # pickled dictionaries train_data/ … # training csv files Dockerfile requirements.txt … Where I have api.py file,running which I can get my web-page on http://127.0.0.1:5000/ and everything works fine. Now I ..
I’m building a Flask + React webapp that runs correctly on my machine. I try to dockerize it. I can build image (stiko:demo), docker runs, server starts: But when I try to open https://0.0.0.0:5000/ on my browser, connection fails: I’ve searched for a while now, trying to start from various images, trying to use ENDPOINT ..
I have a machine learning web application built with FLASK. I deployed it in a VM instance in google compute engine and it works. I want to make it scalable so that when more users access it, different VM instances will be assigned to each user, then there will be no conflict. I have followed ..
I’m trying to run Travis to build a project .travis.yml: language: python python: – "3.9" services: – docker – postgresql – redis branches: only: – travis before_script: – docker compose up script: – python3 app.py It returns The command "python3 app.py" exited with 1. What may be the problem? Source: Docker..
I’m new to Docker, I need to "dockerize" my Flask app that use a Solr server in background (in solrcloud mode). I understood how to deploy my app on Docker, but without Solr server. I don’t know if it should be done in only 1 dockerfile, use docker-compose or use multi-stage docker. At the moment ..
I am working on a project using Flask, a framework to build web application in Python. Here is the structure of my minimal application: . ├── my_app │ ├── __init__.py │ ├── static │ │ ├── css │ │ │ ├── main.css │ │ │ └── main.css.map │ │ ├── js │ │ │ └── ..