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From "Ngin Yun Chuan (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (SINGA-399) Rafiki cannot test rebuilt image
Date Tue, 30 Oct 2018 10:05:00 GMT


Ngin Yun Chuan commented on SINGA-399:

Hi Zhu Lei,

Would like to update you that we have updated the PR at
and merged it into `master` as version 0.0.5. Please pull the latest code from `master`, which
contains some documentation improvements (at and edits
to the model interface. Since the code at master have been pushed to our Docker Hub with the
tag 0.0.5, you might need to set `RAFIKI_VERSION=0.0.6` to avoid image version conflicts.

> Rafiki cannot test rebuilt image
> --------------------------------
>                 Key: SINGA-399
>                 URL:
>             Project: Singa
>          Issue Type: Bug
>            Reporter: Zhu Lei
>            Priority: Major
>         Attachments: rafiki-1.PNG, rafiki-2.PNG, rafiki-3.PNG, rafiki-4.PNG, rafiki-5.PNG,
> After downloading the newest rafiki code, at commit 7b3b04e15c62233e515c4d82051cd5dfb799215f,
with comments "Add more error handling to notify user of invalid train job; compact exceptions",
I ran "bash ./scripts/" to build the new admin, advisor, predictor and worker
images. I got the images shown in attached image 'rafiki-1.PNG'. Then I run "bash ./script/"
to build the containers as shown in the attached image 'rafiki-2.PNG'. Finally when I ran
the example. I got the error in attached image 'rafiki-3.PNG'.
> And I find very surprising that the images of admin, advisor, predictor and worker I
built just now, become some images built weeks ago, shown in attached image 'rafiki-4.PNG'.
Could you kindly provide me some explanations on why this happens? I really do not understand
why this happened.
> And finally, when I run "bash ./script/" and leave the swarm and repeat my previous
procedure again, now there is no errors. The only thing difference between the two runs I
think is only the images are different. So the current code of rafiki does not support newly
build images, that is my speculation.

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