08-18-2017 02:24 PM - edited 08-18-2017 03:28 PM
I get this error when I use the Generalized Linear Model operator.
If I run it again, I get a different error message:
Can anyone help me?
EDIT: I'm using RapidMiner Studio Free v7.6.000 at Windows 10.
08-18-2017 03:14 PM
hi @gpassero - yes you can't have a white space in a filename path (between Guiherme and Passero). I'm a UNIX/Mac guy so can't give you the solution...maybe a Windows person will chime in?
08-18-2017 10:15 PM
I upgrade as well and the processes that worked yesterday no longer do, with the same cloud error you reported. I tried remove the white spaces from my process and repository names, but no luck. RM is now dead in the water.
08-20-2017 06:35 PM - edited 08-20-2017 06:39 PM
OK thanks all. I am passing this along to the dev team right now and will keep you posted. Meanwhile yes rolling back to 7.5 may be a good idea.
08-21-2017 08:33 AM - edited 08-21-2017 08:47 AM
Thank you for the report, and sorry for the inconvenience.
Besides the downgrade, the only workaround with 7.6 currently is to use a different folder as a user home folder that does not contain whitespaces. This can be achieved by adding a line to RapidMiner-Studio.bat like this: set _JAVA_OPTIONS="-Duser.home=c:/rmhome" where rmhome is a directory that exists and the user can write into. If the .RapidMiner folder is copied into this new folder, your settings should be unaffected.
Edit: with the 7.6.0 version, the workaround is to specify the following option with a similar path in RapidMiner-Studio.bat (instead of the empty _JAVA_OPTIONS value):
where tmp_ice_root is a directory that exists and the user can write into (it can be a different path that does not contain whitespaces). This should prevent the error when running using these operators.
3 weeks ago
again, thank you for the bug report and your patience.
I am happy to say you should no longer have this problem with the 7.6.1 release.