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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Run command
- Delete a consent store
- Creates a consent store
- Execute a command
- Create devices and gateway
- Bind a device to a gateway
- Create a device
- Creates a new gateway
- Run a beam
- Create a keras model
- Query the collection
- Creates a daily nearby nearline 30 days
- Create a task in a queue
- Sends data to a device
- Creates a transfer between the given POSIX job
- Create a new gateway
- Creates a new device
- Create a Keras model
- Run a tf Tensorflow on the given locations
- Creates a one - time transfer task
- Start listening for messages
- Convert a Spark Spark StreamingStream to a stream
- Parse command line arguments
- Publish data from a device
- Run the MQTT device
- Generates a URL for a signed URL
- Transfer data from GCS to GCS compatible
- Train and evaluate a keras model
- Create a new machine
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I am a newbie trying to deploy a toy django app on the standard App engine and I am getting the following errors.
Running App locally
My app runs properly locally with the cloud SQL when I use 127.0.0.1 or Public IP as 'HOST' address. However, I get a this error if I use GCP connection name like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-07 at 04:10
Check the parameters
port on the PostgreSQL server. For your connection attempt to work
the server has to run on the same machine as the client
cloudsql/asim800:us-central1:django-app1has to be in
porthas to be 5432
I want to upload file from Google App Engine to Google Cloud Storage I'm using Pyhton 3.8 and Flask.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-09 at 20:28
So the issue is not with uploading to GCS but with the temporary file you create.
The only directory that has write access is
/tmp and be aware that it is not shared between GAE instances and it disappears when the instance is restarted...
I am new to GCP and trying to configure a cloud composer pipeline that can send email on failure.
I have setup a sendgrid email API and have updated my cloud composer environment and have also added project_id and email variables on airflow environment. Variables but I am getting this error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-25 at 10:35
This is a matter of Ariflow version.
When you take a look into Airflow 1.10.15 Python API reference there is no
It appears since version 2.0.0.
For some reasons our infra blocks
mqtt.googleapis.com. That's why was deployed nginx proxy with such configuration
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-23 at 09:14
You can not just arbitrarily change the domain name if you are just stream proxying, it needs to match the one presented in the certificate by the remote broker or as you have seen it will not validate.
You can force the client to not validate the server name by setting
client.tls_insecure_set(True) but this is a VERY bad idea and should only be used for testing and never in production.
Since the beginning of this year our python dataflow jobs result in an error on worker startup:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-29 at 20:23
The issue was due a conflict in the dataclasses-json (The exact reason I couldn't find out). After removing it from the
requirements.txt the image can successfully be buildt:
I need to read and write to a google storage from my vm with no public IP. It has a disk with a custom image with everything I need: python etc.
I create an instance with a script like this one. In the
config dictionary you can see the section
networkInterfaces where I specify that I don't want a public IP for my machine.
I paste the section here with my configuration:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-12 at 21:05
To achieve this, you need to activate the private Google access on the subnet where is deployed your VM.
Go to VPC menu, select your VPC and the subnet on which your VM is deployed. Then edit it and activate the private Google access
I have a question about GCP Cloud Composer.
To verify the function that triggers DAG (workflow) I would like to get the client ID by referring to the python code in the following article. https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/python-docs-samples/blob/master/composer/rest/get_client_id.py
I get an error when I run the program.
The error that is appearing is as follows....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-01 at 08:22
Add "--" prior to the set arguments. Prior to running script, make sure that are authenticated in your airflow webserver. Else you will have authentication errors when running the script.
Am following google doc on creating custom prediction(https://cloud.google.com/ai-platform/prediction/docs/custom-prediction-routines). While building a new version for a model AI-platform prediction API threw below error:
Error Create Version failed. Bad model detected with error: "Failed to load model: User-provided package imt_ai_predict_batch-0.1.tar.gz failed to install: Command '['python-default', '-m', 'pip', 'install', '--target=/tmp/custom_lib', '--no-cache-dir', '-b', '/tmp/pip_builds', '/tmp/custom_code/imt_ai_predict_batch-0.1.tar.gz']' returned non-zero exit status 1. (Error code: 0)"
Was testing my zip file locally
pip install --target=/tmp/custom_lib --no-cache-dir -b /tmp/pip_builds dist/imt_ai_predict_batch-0.1.tar.gz
Throws below error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-05 at 10:21
I was able to make it work by removing the 'requirement.txt' and copy packages directly to setup.py. Don't know the real reason for this weird behaviour.
I am trying cloudiot_pubsub_example_server.py example code of GCP Python SDK. To give an overview there are two codes Client and Server. The client Publishes to a topic in GCP PUB/SUB and updates or publishes random temperature. The server subscribes to this topic and receives the temperature. Also the server publishes to the client's config topic and turns fan ON or OFF when a certain temperature is increased or decreased.
When I run both codes with all the credentials provided, the client is publishing temperature and the server is subscribed and getting temp data. But when the server publishes to config topic and sends FAN to ON or OFF, I am getting:
Error executing ModifyCloudToDeviceConfig: https://cloudiot.googleapis.com/v1/projects/project-aura-249003/locations/asia-east1/registries/Linux_PC/devices/linux_pc:modifyCloudToDeviceConfig?alt=json returned "The caller does not have permission". Details: "The caller does not have permission">
For Executing the Server Code, I used the below command:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-01 at 06:11
Make sure you have defined your environment variable
GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS='your_service_account_credentials.json' prior or include the option
--service_account_json="your_service_account_credentials.json" when running
Your python command should look like:
I've followed two tutorials to deploy my Django app to App Engine and to connect to the database:
I have the app "succesfully" running atm, but from print statenments I can see from the log information that as soon as the site reaches a point where it needs to query the database it times out (after 5min or so).
So that suggests to me that there are some issues with the App Engine and Cloud SQL connection. I have succesfully the django site connected locally through the cloud sql proxy, and I try to deploy with the same configurations but doesn't seem to work.
I suspect that the issue is one of the following:
- The Cloud SQL Configs should be different when running the app locally vs. in app engine (settings.py)
- In some examples I've seen the Main.py contain a lot of stuff around the database connection, but in neither of the tutorials do they do this, for example this is the GCP tutorial on the main.py file: https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/python-docs-samples/blob/master/appengine/standard_python3/django/main.py
I've checked that all App Engines inside the project have access to CLoud SQL by default, and the user also has access (i've used it for access).
I'm not able to move forward currently, and looking for inspiration/clues/solutions on where to look next.
Error messages which show up in logs are:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-11 at 13:03
The issue was that the host should be different when running locally vs. on GCP.
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