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3 years ago
0 Hi Again. Is There Any Way To Have Trains-Agent Do A 'Docker Build' On The Dockerfile In The Repository It Pulls And Then Run That Image? I Know I Can Specify The Base Image Trains-Agent Runs The Task In And That Will Get Pulled/Run At Execution Time, But

It's very close. The only difference is that my team does have access to decide MLOps, and we've already structured our project around docker and our environment is already defined in a Dockerfile and a requirements.txt which is acted upon inside that Dockefile. We don't really need trains to completely manage our dependencies.

3 years ago
0 Hi Again. Is There Any Way To Have Trains-Agent Do A 'Docker Build' On The Dockerfile In The Repository It Pulls And Then Run That Image? I Know I Can Specify The Base Image Trains-Agent Runs The Task In And That Will Get Pulled/Run At Execution Time, But

I had thought of that as a solution for when our code stabilized, but during development I'd rather not have to build/maintain an image and keep updating it as code/environment diverged from it. It would be nicer if everything just got built from the Dockerfile checked out from git.

3 years ago
0 Hi, I'M Having Some Trouble With Trains-Agent In Docker Mode With A Local Trains Server. I Pulled Allegroai/Trains-Agent:Latest And Spun It Up In A Container, Set The Appropriate Environment Variables To Point To My Trains Server, And Bind Mounted /Var/Ru

I added TRAINS_AGENT_DOCKER_HOST_MOUNT="/root/.trains:/root/.trains" to the trains-agent docker. I also started that docker with a bind-mount to make sure /root/.trains inside the agent docker pointed to somewhere on the house outside of any container.

3 years ago
0 Hi, I'M Having Some Trouble With Trains-Agent In Docker Mode With A Local Trains Server. I Pulled Allegroai/Trains-Agent:Latest And Spun It Up In A Container, Set The Appropriate Environment Variables To Point To My Trains Server, And Bind Mounted /Var/Ru

Just having TRAINS_AGENT_DOCKER_HOST_MOUNT defined for the agent docker wasn't enough, but after making sure the source directory was mounted from somewhere outside of docker everything works.

3 years ago
0 Hi Again. Is There Any Way To Have Trains-Agent Do A 'Docker Build' On The Dockerfile In The Repository It Pulls And Then Run That Image? I Know I Can Specify The Base Image Trains-Agent Runs The Task In And That Will Get Pulled/Run At Execution Time, But

I might be a little confused. I'm assuming that when I set a base docker image for a task and run it, trains-agent runs a container from that image, then clones the git repository into that image, then applies all the changes/packages trains detected and runs the script. But what I'd really like to do is for trains-agent to pull a repository that includes a Dockerfile, build that dockerfile, run the resulting container, and then execute the script within it.

3 years ago
0 Hi Again. Is There Any Way To Have Trains-Agent Do A 'Docker Build' On The Dockerfile In The Repository It Pulls And Then Run That Image? I Know I Can Specify The Base Image Trains-Agent Runs The Task In And That Will Get Pulled/Run At Execution Time, But

Prior to trains our workflow was to build an image and spin up a container on one of our GPU machines. I can do the same thing and still take advantage of trains' excellent reporting, but then I lose out on the queues and ability to clone experiments from the webui.

3 years ago