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    gunshi
    Participant

    Hi,
    I’ve been trying to submit and evaluate my solution, but I keep getting the following errors:

    Sometimes its:

    2018-11-15T14:58:10.807682600Z [WARN] [1542293890.796929]: Inbound TCP/IP connection failed: connection from sender terminated before handshake header received. 0 bytes were received. Please check sender for additional details.
    (https://challenges.duckietown.org/v3/humans/jobs/9633)

    Other times:

    the status says ERROR but there is no error message in the logs. (https://challenges.duckietown.org/v3/humans/jobs/9657)
    I’m not sure if there is an actual error in the code since everything seems to run fine locally

    Thanks
    Gunshi

    • This topic was modified 1 month ago by  gunshi.
    #30158

    heyt0ny
    Participant

    Seems like most of recent submissions evaluate really slow and then it shows an error.

    Is there any maintenance on server?

    #30159
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    Liam Paull
    Keymaster

    Hi Gunshi – there is an error message in both cases it says that your code is timing out after 620+ seconds. This may not be happening locally if you have a faster computer locally than on the server. How long does your submission take to run locally ? What kind of crazy stuff are you doing in your submission 🙂 ?

    #30161

    gunshi
    Participant

    Bhairav helped to figure out that it was the image rectfiication that I was doing (along with using the Anti Instagram package) which was probably slowing down the computation, during which the environment would ‘step’ and the action computed would never reach it.
    Thnaks
    Gunshi

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