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Failed to create Conda Environment¶
This was fixed in v1.2.1
A new function
bactopia build was introduced that builds the Conda environments outside of Nextflow. If you are still receiving this error please reopen the Better handling of conda environments? issue.
Occasionally on the first run of Bactopia you will encounter this error:
Failed to create Conda environment
command: conda env create --prefix /data/apps/bactopia/conda/cache/envs/bactopia-gather_fastqs-8bddd22dc63ec39a71c4ea8fd7704f7a --file /data/apps/bactopia/conda/gather_fastqs.yml
status : 1
InvalidArchiveError("Error with archive /home/rpetit/miniconda3/envs/bactopia/pkgs/python-3.7.3-h33d41f4_1.tar.bz2. You probably need to delete and re-download or re-create this file. Message from libarchive was:\n\nFailed to create dir 'lib'",)
While it may look like this is related to Nextflow, it is actually a Conda error that occurs when installing multiple environments at once which Nextflow likes to do. This can also occur from a timeout or loss of internet connectivity (under a different error name).