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Fix missing null termination in tag list when loading a saved model #108

merged 1 commit into from Aug 17, 2018


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WGautier commented Aug 16, 2018

On one of our servers, we were seeing this behaviour:

2018-08-16 16:11:32.549690: I tensorflow/cc/saved_model/] SavedModel load for tags { serve  }; Status: fail. Took 1261 microseconds.

Notice the extra space after 'serve'. This extra space was actually garbage data from Tensorflow converting the tag list from an array of chars, without null termination, to a string.

Using c_str() creates a correctly null-terminated array of chars and fixes the problem.

As a bonus, though my C++ is rusty, I believe this removes the need for the memory allocation/destruction with new.


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Arafatk commented Aug 17, 2018

@WGautier Thanks a lot for doing this.

@Arafatk Arafatk merged commit 1adf4fe into somaticio:master Aug 17, 2018

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