Environment error cannot find

Cannot find module environments/environment #734


iberodev commented Jun 5, 2017

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Do you want to request a feature or report a bug?

What is the current behavior?
When using nodeJs server side rendering it cannot compile because it cannot find the module environment

If the current behavior is a bug, please provide the steps to reproduce and if possible a minimal demo of the problem by creating a github repo.
I followed steps here and after that I tried to use environments as described here

What is the expected behavior?
It should work same as if I use ng serve and my app should have access to the specified environment properties

What is the motivation / use case for changing the behavior?
Being able to use angular universal and environments

Please tell us about your environment:

  • Angular version: 4.X
  • Browser: all
  • Language: TypeScript 2.3.3
  • OS: Windows
  • Platform: NodeJs
  • Other information (e.g. detailed explanation, stacktraces, related issues, suggestions how to fix, links for us to have context, eg. stackoverflow, gitter, etc)

The simple service that tries to access environments auth.service.ts :

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[SOLVED] «Error: Cannot find module ‘../'» when deploying to NodeJS environment on Elastic Beanstalk

Recently I have been unable to deploy to my Elastic Beanstalk environment. The error is due to a node package. The node package in question is not in my package.json as its dependency of another package. I believe the issue is to do with how Bitbucket Pipelines installs the package as I can successfully zip up my local directory and deploy manually and it works fine.

Here is the error output:

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Looking at your YAML configuration, I would suggest to split the building and deploying part — as this will definitely help you see in which pipeline step lies the problem and allow you to store the artifact properly.

That is not related to your error (or maybe it is) but will definitely help pinpoint the real issue in the logs.

See https://support.atlassian.com/bitbucket-cloud/docs/deploy-to-aws-with-elastic-beanstalk/ and note that the pipe: atlassian/aws-elasticbeanstalk-deploy:0.5.0 is defined in a separate step with passing the artifact via artifacts keyword.

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I know which step is the problem. It is the «pipe» step. This is the output

✖ Deployment failed. Environment «test» is running a different version «app-v2_0-763-gb3c17-200610_094118».

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@brianbriscoe the reason may be the application was not deployed successfully on your environment or sth else. Can you provide us with full log of aws elasticbeanstalk Pipe execution, so that we can investigate the root cause?

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@Halyna Berezovska here is the full output. it is not descriptive and does not give the reason for error. the reason for error can be seen in my original message.

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@brianbriscoe I suppose, the error can be that your AWS service did not update yet the environment with appropriate version and not much time has passed since update environment command was executed. It can happen if AWS is updating your environment not very fast (for instance, big or performance-consuming deployments) and just not much time has passed. You can check it during the deployment (how long the environment is being updated).

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This is what I can say without knowing the actual status of your environment after this environment update.

We will investigate this issue in our environments and perhaps will update with extra version check.

But right now what I would do for your case is trying to increase WAIT_INTERVAL environment variable to 30 seconds or 60 secs depending on how long AWS updates your environment. You can know better what value you can put for this variable (approximately the time that takes to update your AWS environment, perhaps a little less, you can play with that).

By default WAIT_INTERVAL is only 10 seconds and after we compare versions ( Code reference) . See how you could update your pipe usage in the ElasticBeanstalk Pipe docs, Advanced Examples


How to Fix «The system cannot find the path specified.» Error in Command Prompt? Example

Recently I was trying to run the Apache Tomcat server from the command prompt to test my Java web application on localhost, only to find the «The system cannot find the path specified» error in command prompt. I haven’t seen this error before so I was wondering whether tomcat is throwing or something is wrong with my system’s PATH environment variable. In order to start the tomcat server, I was running the catalina.bat file as tomcat/bin/catalina.bat start and it wasn’t starting the Tomcat at all, instead, it was keep throwing «The system cannot find the path specified.» error as shown below:

This actually gives me hint that it’s not the Tomcat but something is really wrong with the PATH environment variable, but what could be wrong? What does this error mean? and most importantly how to solve this error?

Cause of «The system cannot find the path specified.» Error

It seems this error occurs when you have invalid paths in your PATH environment variable e.g. directories which don’t exist anymore. To find out if that’s the case just run following command in your DOS command prompt:

You can see that after printing some paths, the command prompt is throwing «The system cannot find the path specified.» error again, which means it has nothing to do with Tomcat or Catalina but just with the PATH environment variable. There are some directories in the PATH which system is not able to resolve or find, hence it is throwing «The system cannot find the path specified.» error.

To be honest, the error message makes sense if you read it, but we are so used to panic when we see the error, we don’t try to understand the error message in first place. Now that, we have tried printing the value of PATH environment variable and seeing the message after few valid PATH, it suddenly starts making more sense.

This error is nothing to do with Tomcat, it can come while running any program/application from command prompt or even when a program trying to use the PATH environment variable.

The solution of «The system cannot find the path specified.» Error

Now that you know the cause of this error is invalid directories and path in the PATH environment variable, you can easily solve this problem by finding and removing those invalid path entries which system is not able to found.

Btw, finding invalid path can be a problem too if you have several directories listed in PATH environment variable. In order to check every path is correct, you need to split the whole PATH String by semicolon and check if they are correct by copying and opening a directory in command prompt. This could be troublesome but it is the sure short way to find all invalid path in your PATH environment variable.

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Can we do better? is there a way to omit some of the valid paths? Well, if you have paid close attention to the output of echo %PATH% command, you see it printed a couple of directories before throwing the «The system cannot find the path specified.» error, which means they are valid, so we should start the search from the point point you see the error.

For example, in our case, the last valid path in the output above was «C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\;» , so next path must be invalid. We can confirm that by copying that path and opening from the command prompt by just copy pasting it on run window and hitting enter.

If it opens a directory then it’s a valid path, otherwise, run window will tell it’s an invalid path. The next step is to correct or remove that path and run the echo %PATH% again. At this point, you will see the error when the system will hit the next invalid PATH, just repeat the process i.e. copy the invalid path by copying path after last valid path printed by echo %PATH% command and open that directory by using run command window or file explorer. If it’s valid then it will open a directory otherwise you see the error, something like path doesn’t exist.

Repeat the steps until the error completely goes aways, at this time, all the paths in your PATH environment variable is valid and you are ready to run your program from command prompt again e.g. Java, Tomcat, NetBeans or anything else.

Btw, if you are wondering how to see the value of PATH environment variable in Windows 8 or Windows 10, you can follow these steps to copy the PATH String and edit it to correct or remove invalid entries in PATH environment variables.

  1. From your desktop, rick-click «My Computer» and click «Properties»
  2. In the System Properties window, click on the Advanced tab.
  3. In the Advanced section, click the Environment Variables button.
  4. In the Environment Variables window, highlight the Path variable in the Systems Variable section and click the Edit button.

Here you can copy the value of PATH environment variable then you can search for last valid path e.g. «C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\;» , then next path is your invalid PATH. Verify that by opening the directory using run command window or file explorer, if it’s valid either correct it or remove it and then save and open a new command prompt to try again by running echo %PATH% .

If it throws «The system cannot find the path specified.» error again means you have some more invalid paths in PATH environment variable. Just keep correcting or removing them until your PATH is printed completely by echo %PATH%. At this point, your PATH has only valid entries and you can tomcat or Java from the command line.

In my case, though the root cause was still invalid path in PATH environment variable, the reason of being invalid was quite interesting. My system PATH environment variable has sub-directories with an ampersand (&) character on it e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\A & B\bin . When I copy pasted and open the directory from the file explorer or run window it was managed to open the directory but when I put the same path in PATH environment variable it was throwing the «The system cannot find the path specified.» error.

I tried to escape & with backslash \ it didn’t work then I tried to put single quote around A & B e.g. ‘A & B’, that didn’t work too, finally I removed the directory from PATH because it wasn’t really needed and boom the error «The system cannot find the path specified.» was gone. Now the full path is printed when I type the path or echo %PATH% in command prompt. So, that resolved my problem.

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Just remember that every time you make a change on PATH or Path environment variable under System Properties section, you must open a new command prompt window, don’t run the PATH or echo %PATH% on old command prompt window because it will have old value of system properties. The new, updated value of PATH will only be available on new command prompt window.

Important points

1. The root cause of «The system cannot find the path specified.» is an invalid path in PATH environment variable.

2. The name of the PATH environment variable can be Path or path as well.

3. You should use the value of the PATH environment variable from System Properties Window in Advanced Settings, Environment Variables.

4. Watch out for & character in PATH, it’s invalid and cause «The system cannot find the path specified.» , remove them from PATH.

5. To find the invalid path, just type the path or echo %PATH% in the command prompt and see where it is failing to display the directory path. That’s your invalid entry. Find out what is wrong and then correct it or remove it from PATH.

That’s all about how to solve «The system cannot find the path specified.» error while running the program from the command prompt. The root cause of this error is invalid directories, sub-directories in the PATH environment variable, just remove them and the error will be solved. When searching for invalid directories, look where the path is failing to display directory name, when you type the path or echo %PATH% in command prompt. Watch out for special characters like & in PATH, even though run window can open such path, it seems they are not valid for the PATH environment variable.

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[V3] Error on build in CI: Cannot find module ‘node:path’ in vite.config.ts #9113


liana-p commented Jul 14, 2022

Describe the bug

As Vite v3 is released, I’ve updated my project to use it. However, I am getting a new error when building in CI (GitHub workflows).

The error is Error: Cannot find module ‘node:path’ which seems to mean that the build isn’t running in a node environment. However this script used to run fine on CI without any changes. Updating to Vite 3 made it break.

My vite.config.ts file uses node’s path.resolve which I found advised somewhere in docs in regards to using the lib mode I think. It was a while ago. Relevant bit of the config:

It seems using node’s path module breaks, whereas it didn’t before updating to v3.

In the reproduction link, I put a link to the GitHub workflow that failed.


System Info

Used Package Manager

Run npm run build —if-present

narrat@2.1.0 build
vue-tsc —noEmit && vite build && npm run generate-types
failed to load config from /home/runner/work/narrat/narrat/vite.config.ts
error during build:
Error: Cannot find module ‘node:path’
Require stack:

  • /home/runner/work/narrat/narrat/node_modules/vite/dist/node-cjs/publicUtils.cjs
  • /home/runner/work/narrat/narrat/node_modules/vite/index.cjs
  • /home/runner/work/narrat/narrat/vite.config.ts
  • /home/runner/work/narrat/narrat/node_modules/vite/dist/node/chunks/dep-561c5231.js
    at Function.Module._resolveFilename (node:internal/modules/cjs/loader:924:15)
    at Function.Module._load (node:internal/modules/cjs/loader:769:27)
    at Module.require (node:internal/modules/cjs/loader:996:19)
    at require (node:internal/modules/cjs/helpers:92:18)
    at Object. (/home/runner/work/narrat/narrat/node_modules/vite/dist/node-cjs/publicUtils.cjs:5:14)
    at Module._compile (node:internal/modules/cjs/loader:1092:14)
    at Module._extensions..js (node:internal/modules/cjs/loader:1121:10)
    at Object._require.extensions..js (file:///home/runner/work/narrat/narrat/node_modules/vite/dist/node/chunks/dep-561c5231.js:62742:13)
    at Module.load (node:internal/modules/cjs/loader:972:32)
    at Function.Module._load (node:internal/modules/cjs/loader:813:14)
    Error: Process completed with exit code 1.


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