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From "thao p nguyen (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (SINGA-439) Rafiki - fail to initialise the client
Date Wed, 03 Apr 2019 02:50:02 GMT

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thao p nguyen updated SINGA-439:
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    Description: 
I could not initialise the client. 

Steps taken:

_1-_ _Setup Rafiki’s complete stack with_ _script:_

    sudo bash scripts/start.sh

(without sudo will cause invalid file/directory

_messages shown in attached file 'bash_scripts_start.sh')_

_2- install Rafiki Client’s Python dependencies at the project’s root folder:_

    pip install -r ./rafiki/client/requirements.txt

 _3- Set {{$PYTHONPATH}} to the project’s root folder:_

    export PYTHONPATH=$PWD

_All commands ran successful_

_4- Initialise the client on Python3:_

{{   from rafiki.client import Client}}

      client = Client(admin_host='localhost', admin_port=3000)       

      client.login(email='superadmin@rafiki', password='rafiki')

{{it failed. Got error message (attached file: ‘error_message’). there is no error on
log file ‘admin.log’, but error on ‘start.log’ (attached file: ‘start.log’)}}

I then stopped the rafiki’s stack (‘bash scripts/stop.sh’ ) and restart the whole process,
still got the same error. I re-started my computer and ran again, got the same error message.

 * _Note: tried again on MacOS and success_

  was:
I could not initialise the client. 

Steps taken:

_1-_ _Setup Rafiki’s complete stack with_ _script:_

    sudo bash scripts/start.sh

(without sudo will cause invalid file/directory

_messages shown in attached file 'bash_scripts_start.sh')_

_2- install Rafiki Client’s Python dependencies at the project’s root folder:_

    pip install -r ./rafiki/client/requirements.txt

 _3- Set {{$PYTHONPATH}} to the project’s root folder:_

    export PYTHONPATH=$PWD

_All commands ran successful_

_4- Initialise the client on Python3:_

{{   from rafiki.client import Client}}

      client = Client(admin_host='localhost', admin_port=3000)       

      client.login(email='superadmin@rafiki', password='rafiki')

{{failed. Got error message (attached file: ‘error_message’). }}{{there is no error on
log file ‘admin.log’, but error on ‘start.log’ (attached file: ‘start.log’)}}

I then stopped the rafiki’s stack (‘bash scripts/stop.sh’ ) and restart the whole process,
still got the same error. I re-started my computer and ran again, got the same error message.

 * _Note: tried again on MacOS and success_


> Rafiki - fail to initialise the client
> --------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: SINGA-439
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SINGA-439
>             Project: Singa
>          Issue Type: Bug
>         Environment: - Docker version 18.09.4
> - Python 3.6.7
> - run on Ubuntu 18.10
>            Reporter: thao p nguyen
>            Priority: Critical
>              Labels: performance
>         Attachments: error_message, start.log, start_bash_scripts.sh
>
>
> I could not initialise the client. 
> Steps taken:
> _1-_ _Setup Rafiki’s complete stack with_ _script:_
>     sudo bash scripts/start.sh
> (without sudo will cause invalid file/directory
> _messages shown in attached file 'bash_scripts_start.sh')_
> _2- install Rafiki Client’s Python dependencies at the project’s root folder:_
>     pip install -r ./rafiki/client/requirements.txt
>  _3- Set {{$PYTHONPATH}} to the project’s root folder:_
>     export PYTHONPATH=$PWD
> _All commands ran successful_
> _4- Initialise the client on Python3:_
> {{   from rafiki.client import Client}}
>       client = Client(admin_host='localhost', admin_port=3000)       
>       client.login(email='superadmin@rafiki', password='rafiki')
> {{it failed. Got error message (attached file: ‘error_message’). there is no error
on log file ‘admin.log’, but error on ‘start.log’ (attached file: ‘start.log’)}}
> I then stopped the rafiki’s stack (‘bash scripts/stop.sh’ ) and restart the whole
process, still got the same error. I re-started my computer and ran again, got the same error
message.
>  * _Note: tried again on MacOS and success_



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