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HelplessCrocodile8
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Is there any difference in: args = task.connect(args)vs task.connect(args)I've seen both in the documentation
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I'm a little confused as to how force_requirements_env_freeze works when no requirements file is supplied. Is it supposed to store the full reqs of the envir...
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If I'm using a drive mapping to save files is there any easy method/hack that would allow me having different base mappings on different machines?
2 years ago
0 If I'M Using A Drive Mapping To Save Files Is There Any Easy Method/Hack That Would Allow Me Having Different Base Mappings On Different Machines?

Basically the file URI might be different on a different machine (out of my control) but they point to the same artifact storage location

2 years ago
0 I'M A Little Confused As To How Force_Requirements_Env_Freeze Works When No Requirements File Is Supplied. Is It Supposed To Store The Full Reqs Of The Environment That Calls It?

Could it be because some of the packages then point to files?
pyarrow==5.0.0
pandas @ file:///D:/bld/pandas_1624391191530/work

2 years ago
0 Is There Any Difference In:

Ah interesting, that makes sense thanks

2 years ago
0 I'M A Little Confused As To How Force_Requirements_Env_Freeze Works When No Requirements File Is Supplied. Is It Supposed To Store The Full Reqs Of The Environment That Calls It?

I'm trying to accomplish that but instead of a pip freeze I just get a "Packages will be installed from projects requirements file" even though there is no projects requirements file. Do I need to do something with development.detect_with_pip_freeze ?

2 years ago
0 I'M A Little Confused As To How Force_Requirements_Env_Freeze Works When No Requirements File Is Supplied. Is It Supposed To Store The Full Reqs Of The Environment That Calls It?

I am using Task.force_requirements_env_freeze() (before Task.init) with no requirements file specified (because I do not have one), and my experiments are showing this under packages:

2 years ago
0 I'M A Little Confused As To How Force_Requirements_Env_Freeze Works When No Requirements File Is Supplied. Is It Supposed To Store The Full Reqs Of The Environment That Calls It?

I do see that once a task fails the installed package list is updated with a full list of the environment... I don't know if that helps at all

2 years ago
0 I'M A Little Confused As To How Force_Requirements_Env_Freeze Works When No Requirements File Is Supplied. Is It Supposed To Store The Full Reqs Of The Environment That Calls It?

` from clearml import Task

args = {'hello': 'world'}

Task.force_requirements_env_freeze()
task = Task.init(project_name='example', task_name="Test")
task.connect(args)
task.execute_remotely() `

2 years ago