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Executing genrule @com_github_libevent_libevent #906
Creating a Tensorflow serving in docker according to Serving Inception Model with TensorFlow Serving and Kubernetes:
This complains that
So in the Dockerfile I modify
and I get the error
I haven't found anything regarding
@netfs That was indeed the case as adding those two dependencies made the process keep going further. But I observe another strange error later on:
The process finishes by "Executed 2 out of 71 tests: 69 tests pass and 2 fail locally."
The two logs show:
I made sure the container can ping outside websites and get replies
So what could be causing
thanks for reporting the test failures. this is due to our attempt to listen on ipv6:
in docker container that does not have ipv6 enabled. we should update
while we get the docker image/build issues resolved in this issue, can
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Jun 5, 2018
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@netfs I met the same problem in Bazel 0.14 under Ubuntu.
ERROR: /home/shaozhi/.cache/bazel/_bazel_shaozhi/0dd579deea072292803a0dc9d494ddde/external/com_github_libevent_libevent/BUILD.bazel:52:1: Executing genrule @com_github_libevent_libevent//:libevent-srcs failed (Exit 127)
since new release 1.8.0 (and this applies to master too), you need automake and libtool packages to build. see the complete dependencies here:
(and if feasible, build using docker, so you dont have to worry about deps and bazel version).