I have worked on an issue with q2 composition da-barplot and it seems that some of my 'actions' did affect the miniconda environment. I cannot run 'q2 dev refresh-cache' but get stacked at the 'illegal instruction (core dumped)' (in German 'Ungültiger Maschinenbefehl (Speicherabzug geschrieben)'.
I have re-installed the conda environment and subsequently also miniconda, but it did not resolve this issue.
The same happens when installing the 12-2022.11 conda environment.
My computer is running on AlmaLinux9 with the Miniconda3 / Python 3.9. (I have also tested Miniconda / Python 3.8, same issue).
Has anybody observed this with miniconda?
Fortunately, this issue occured on my test server, where I try to fix the da-barplot issue, a separate productive server (Almalinux 9 and Miniconda3/Python 3.8) is fine with qiime2-2023.2.
My previous post was misleading, sorry. You wrote in the other post that the da-barplot issue seems to be related to the python dependency 'altair', which I have not yet addressed.
The 'action' menitioned above could be to the installation of the q2-motus third party plugin, which I had installed before. I used mamba here (as recommended), and I cannot rule out that mamba created the problems here. At least the illegal instructions issue started around this action.
This could be just a coincidence, as the new miniconda installation does not have mamba, but the issue persists.
I don't know if mamba installer add something outside miniconda.
I will see if @ebolyen will find out some more details and I will then try to fix it on my test server, before touching my productive server which works fine with q2-2023.2 at the moment.
Therefore I used a newer servers showing the da_barplot issue with altair v. 3.1.0. After updating to altair=4.2.2, the da_barplot issue is gone. And it seems that installing q2-2023.2 now also installs altair=4.2.2, which was not the case last February.