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Unable to run standalone NLU HTTP server #3894

lgrinberg opened this issue Jun 28, 2019 · 3 comments


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commented Jun 28, 2019

Rasa version: 1.1.4

Rasa X version (if used & relevant):

Python version: 3.6

Operating system (windows, osx, ...): Windows 10

Trying to run a standalone Rasa NLU HTTP server by runnng "rasa run --enable-api -m models/nlu-20190627-164514.tar.gz" as described in the "Running NLU Server" section here

Instead the core server is run. I need to run a standalone NLU HTTP server that I can then pass to my Core server in the endpoints.yml file.

Error (including full traceback):

(py36) C:\Users\lgrin\bots\health-quote-ml\aify-health-quote>rasa run --enable-api -m models/nlu-20190627-164514.tar.gz
No chat connector configured, falling back to the REST input channel. To connect your bot to another channel, read the docs here:
2019-06-27 16:47:01 INFO root - Starting Rasa Core server on http://localhost:5005

Command or request that led to error:
rasa run --enable-api -m models/nlu-20190627-164514.tar.gz

Content of configuration file (config.yml) (if relevant):

Content of domain file (domain.yml) (if relevant):

@lgrinberg lgrinberg added the bug label Jun 28, 2019


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commented Jul 1, 2019

@lgrinberg is it actually not working for you?
I just tried it with our moodbot example and I indeed also get the log message Starting Rasa Core server but it nonetheless works when I query the server.

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commented Jul 1, 2019

Yes, thank you for that tip. I tried it again and it is actually going to the NLU server. So the documentation is correct, but the output is wrong. Should say "Rasa NLU Server"


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commented Jul 2, 2019

Cool, could you reopen an issue or a PR describing that issue? Since the original issue is resolved.

@akelad akelad closed this Jul 2, 2019

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