Commit 13993a45 authored by Eduardo Silva's avatar Eduardo Silva

Merge pull request #1 from Kaljurand/patch-1

Fix some typos in README
parents 3d429d81 4c2c9b87
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Synopsis
--------
This dockerfile automatically builds master and worker servers that are explained at [Full-duplex Speech-to-text System for Estonian](http://ebooks.iospress.nl/volumearticle/37996) from Tanel Alum and implemented by himself at https://github.com/alumae/kaldi-gstreamer-server.
This dockerfile automatically builds master and worker servers that are explained at [Full-duplex Speech-to-text System for Estonian](http://ebooks.iospress.nl/volumearticle/37996) from Tanel Alumäe and implemented by himself at https://github.com/alumae/kaldi-gstreamer-server.
Using this project you will be able to run an automatic speech recognition (ASR) server in a few minutes.
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It's possible to use the same docker in two scenarios. You may create the master and worker on the same host machine. Or you can create just a worker and connect it to an already existing master. These two situations are explained below.
* Instantiate master server and woker server on the same machine:
* Instantiate master server and worker server on the same machine:
Assuming that your kaldi models are located at /home/models on your host machine, create a container:
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/opt/start.sh -y /opt/models/nnet2.yaml
```
You will see that 2 .log files (worker.log and master.log) will be created at /opt of your containter. If everything goes ok, you will see some lines indicating that there is a woker available. In this case, you can go back to your host machine (`Ctrl+P and Ctrl+Q` on the container). Your ASR service will be listening on port 8080.
You will see that 2 .log files (worker.log and master.log) will be created at /opt of your containter. If everything goes ok, you will see some lines indicating that there is a worker available. In this case, you can go back to your host machine (`Ctrl+P and Ctrl+Q` on the container). Your ASR service will be listening on port 8080.
For stopping the servers, you may execute the following command inside your container:
```
/opt/stop.sh
```
* Instantiate a woker server and connect it to a remote master:
* Instantiate a worker server and connect it to a remote master:
Assuming that your kaldi models are located at /home/models on your host machine, create a container:
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It instantiates a worker on your local host and connects it to a master server located at master-server.com:8888.
You will see that a worker.log file will be created at /opt of your container. If everything goes ok, you will see some lines indicating that there is a woker avail
able.
You will see that a worker.log file will be created at /opt of your container. If everything goes ok, you will see some lines indicating that there is a worker available.
For stopping the worker server, you may execute the following command inside your container:
```
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