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Hatzis
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Sat Jan 23, 2021 11:33 pm

Hi,
I successfully installed Simon through the Docker container.

Everything seems to be working fine, except when I uploaded the cyclists.csv file, I can see and select the variables for analysis, but do not see any available packages to select from.
It shows 'Available Packages 0/0'

I stopped, deleted, and rerun the container, and nothing changed.
It is not clear whether there are any other dependencies, but just in case, I went ahead and installed the 'caret' R package.

Is there something I am missing or anyway I can troubleshoot the problem?

Many thanks.
Christos
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Sun Jan 24, 2021 4:16 pm

Forgot to mention that I am running MacOS 10.15.7 (Catalina).
Thanks again.
Christos
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Mon Jan 25, 2021 3:47 pm

Hi Christos,

Thanks for reporting the issue. You are right. Seems back-end server was not starting because of some function depreciation in Plumber dependency package.

In last week we updated bunch of packages, nodejs, whole Debian Linux backend and just published today a new updated version as 0.2.0 - codename: Sulu.

I suggest you delete all your docker containers and images and run the SIMON installation again


1. Delete existing docker images

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## 1. Stop currently running docker container
docker stop genular
## 2. Delete docker SIMON data storage
docker volume rm genular_data
## 3. Prune docker system and remove all containers, images, volumes with one command.
docker system prune -a
2. Install a fresh latest build

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docker run --rm --detach --name genular --tty --interactive --env IS_DOCKER='true' --env TZ=Europe/London --volume genular_data:/mnt/usrdata --publish 3010:3010 --publish 3011:3011 --publish 3012:3012 --publish 3013:3013 genular/simon:latest
It should work than!
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Hatzis
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Tue Jan 26, 2021 6:04 pm

Yes it worked! Thank you!

The only glitch was that docker timed out downloading the container from
--volume genular_data_master:/mnt/usrdata

but when I changed it back to
--volume genular_data:/mnt/usrdata

everything worked fine.

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Mon Feb 01, 2021 3:18 pm

Hi Christos,

great!

genular_data_master => my mistake! you are right should be: genular_data
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