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Hello renku team! I have an issue when building the docker image and therefore cannot start my environment. I have a warning "the docker image build failed".
I think the problem comes from the geopandas package installation. The same issue appears independently of pip or conda.
The logs are the following:
Running with gitlab-runner 13.3.1 (738bbe5a)
on renkulab-runner-2-1TB S25j9XrP
Preparing the "docker" executor
Using Docker executor with image docker:stable ...
Using locally found image version due to if-not-present pull policy
Using docker image sha256:6972c414f322dfa40324df3c503d4b217ccdec6d576e408ed10437f508f4181b for docker:stable ...
Running on runner-s25XXX58-concurrent-0 via 6fabf7a874d3...
Getting source from Git repository
Fetching changes with git depth set to 50...
Reinitialized existing Git repository in /builds/gitlab/marc-edouard.schultheiss/mobis2019_activityspace/.git/
error: RPC failed; curl 52 Empty reply from server
fatal: the remote end hung up unexpectedly
ERROR: Job failed: exit code 1
renku dataset add command automatically sets the name of the data to the last part of the url.
how do I add data to the dataset while also having the option to rename the file?
lets say the url to the data is:
i run the command
renku dataset add -eo my_dataset drive.switch.ch/index.php/s/abcdefg/download
the name of the link on the repo will be displayed as:
renku dataset add --label custom_data_label my_dataset url://of_my/data?
Hi @mwong009! I think the --destination/-d flag is what you want in this case. See https://renku.readthedocs.io/projects/renku-python/en/latest/commands.html#working-with-data
I think that creates a sub-directory. I've tried that and it doesnt rename the file, it only sets the location of the file
renku dataset addand then a
renku mvto rename the file.
.csvfile in Switchdrive and it gives me a
drive.switch.ch/index.php/s/abcdefg/downloadlink when i can then use the renku command
renku dataset add -eo my_dataset drive.switch.ch/index.php/s/abcdefg/downloadto import it into the dataset
sharingin switch drive and copy the 'public link' into the url box, itopens up a new page that will show you a
I have also another question. I am uploading one large file (1 GB) by just dragging and dropping in the data folder. Previous times that I had tried, there was a green progress bar showing how much of the data has been uploaded, but this time there is nothing! (The word "Complete" in the image below is because of the previous small file that I uploaded successfully!)
requirements.txtfile, when i do a
renku init --force, it somehow overwrites the
requirements.txtfile and deleted everything in it.
pre_renku_init_123456where the number at the end is the sha of the commit that was at the HEAD before you ran
renku init --force