I am trying to install the python package via the shell using the command-
pip install unstructured[local-inference]
That gives error-
I tried to reboot the replit by -
kill 1 but that didn’t solve the problem,
Here is more info-
~/askai-2$ df -h /tmp
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/conman/conman-repl-filesystem-volume-1286 2.4G 1.8G 582M 76% /tmp
It means that the repl doesn’t have enough storage space to install those packages. By default, repls come with 1 gb of storage, but some python packages are larger than that, meaning that you can’t install them unless you upgrade your plan.
I am already on Hacker plan that provides 5 GB Account Storage so I don’t think thats the problem. @MiloCat
Maybe your package(s) require(s) more than 5 gigs? Could I have the link to the repl?
What package are you trying to install?
Oh, sorry. Could you share a screenshot of your resource use?
Account storage or Repl storage?
Look like there is lot of space is available
Well I’m not sure -272 MB of RAM is a lot…
is it possible to boost the RAM via the cycles? or I need to upgrade to plan?
Locate the tab that you use to publish your project and name your project. Click any of the boost options.
Have you resolved the issue yet? My laptop’s disk (~6GB) is full while
pip install "unstructured[local-inference]" too.
Ah, I think i got it. The amount of stuff it would have added (pre-calculations prob, so it would not show on the resources) and pip realized it would be too much, and stopped the installation. Might want to try boosting the repl.