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robertnishihara
robertnishihara commented Jan 31, 2020

To get started with the autoscaler, we tell people to run a line like ray up ray/python/ray/autoscaler/aws/example-full.yaml. In practice, the steps are

  1. Figure out that this means you have to clone the Ray repository.
  2. Clone the Ray repository.
  3. Figure out the new correct relative file path based on where you cloned it.
  4. Run ray up ....

Instead, we could let people just copy

jameslamb
jameslamb commented Sep 29, 2019

One unit test in the R package is currently broken. Steps to reproduce on Mac

export CXX=/usr/local/bin/g++-8 CC=/usr/local/bin/gcc-8
Rscript build_r.R
cd R-package/tests
Rscript testthat.R

This results in the following error at the ends of the logs

[LightGBM] [Info] Saving data to binary file /var/folders/xq/wktq4zdx4jd3qdpk34d28m940000gn/T//RtmpiY1DzV/lgb.Dataset_1555
herzinger
herzinger commented Feb 27, 2018

It's currently working fine, but when using the placeholder for arguments with yarn, you get the following warning:

My scripts:

  "scripts": {
    // [...]
    "bundle:client": "ng build --prod --progress=true --named-chunks=true",
    "bundle:server": "ng build --prod --app 1 --output-hashing=false --progress=true --named-chunks=true",
    "webpack:server": "webpack --config
W1zzardTPU
W1zzardTPU commented Jan 10, 2018

What do you think about adding an internal dependency called "document", that's triggered by document.ready?

I faced random issues with jquery dependencies until I realized my jQuery code now got executed before the DOM was ready. Clearly a coding bug on my side, but it got me thinking.

My current workaround is

loadjs(["..."], 'jquery-pre'); 
loadjs.ready(['jquery-pre'], function(
mikegray
mikegray commented Jun 13, 2019

Version of Singularity:

3.0.3

Expected behavior

Some progress or update information during the creation of the SIF file.

Actual behavior

During "Creating SIF file..." step, the console does not produce any visible output for the user - but does create the resulting file eventually.

Steps to reproduce behavior

I was executing a few “larger” builds through the bui

niklasnolte
niklasnolte commented Jan 18, 2019

the correct result of the example in Vc::iif should be [2,1,1,5] (if i understood it correctly)
and I am not sure whether the code example in Vc::simd_for_each is correct, therefore I did not make a PR.

void scale(std::vector<double> &data, double factor) {
  Vc::simd_for_each(data.begin(), data.end(), [&](auto v) {
     v *= factor;
  });
}

If one gets v by value, it chang

tsarvela
tsarvela commented Oct 30, 2018

Feature request

The asynchronous functionality of parallel-ssh is very much appreciated for management tasks. Thank you for this!

For the feature request:

It seems that the open_session() can keep worker allocated for much longer than expected in failure cases. Would it be reasonable to stretch the timeout option of wait_socket() to open_session() ?

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