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0 Hey Trains-Riders, Is There A Way From The Web Ui, To Automate Multiple Experiments, Each With A Different Configuration? Let Me Clarify What I Mean: Say I Have An Experiment Already Executed And Visible In The Experiments View. I Can Manually Duplicate I

Otherwise I might as well replace it with my own script that simply sends the configurations list to some random training server, which in turn will execute a version of TimelyPenguin76 's script. And the user will not even be aware of that. From his point of view the experiments will miraculously appear in the UI 🙂

That's an optional plan B

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0 Hey Trains-Riders, Is There A Way From The Web Ui, To Automate Multiple Experiments, Each With A Different Configuration? Let Me Clarify What I Mean: Say I Have An Experiment Already Executed And Visible In The Experiments View. I Can Manually Duplicate I

This is certainly a good way, which we use today.
I am looking for an even simpler way, for less technical people, who could apply this remotely, using the UI.

edit : the issue is less concerning technical level, but rather access to training machines

3 years ago
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0 Hey Trains Riders, This Must Be Something Simple I Am Missing, But Still I Couldn'T Realize What The Problem Is. I Am Trying To Run Trains-Agent On My Experiments. Setup Of The Server And The Agent Is Fine, But I Am Struggling To Run Real Experiments (Not

Manually editing the requirements is indeed a step forward, thanls.
The current challenge is installing with "--no-binary" flag

For example:
h5py==2.10.0 --no-binary=h5py

3 years ago
0 Hi, I'Ve Asked

You probably know you don't have to use docker with your agent. The alternative is to use "ad hoc" virtual environments.

It is a bit tricky, you need to remove the requirements from the queued task configuration. But you can't remove them all, since in that case the agent will use your project's requirements file (if I remember correctly).
I simply kept a single "light weight" requirement in the list, just to avoid looking for my requirements list.
And you need to set a flag for the agent to...

3 years ago