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I’m using SDK version 1.10.2 and yes, it’s self-hosted. Here is the version info for the server:
WebApp: 1.9.1-312 • Server: 1.9.1-312 • API: 2.23
Thanks very much! Yeah, it tends to fill up the console
I actually have a question about your original code snipped, @<1556450111259676672:profile|PlainSeaurchin97> . I have been trying to figure out a way to access the task object when running remotely so that I can instantiate the logger but when I tried
task_id = os.getenv("CLEARML_TASK_ID") , it’s returning
None . I also tried
Task.current_task() and also got
None back. What is the recommended way to access the Task object from within the remote agent?
Okay, I take it back.
os.getenv("CLEARML_TASK_ID") does work. I forgot to rebuild my container after making the change. Thanks for bringing this option to my attention!
I believe you should be able to set the
queue_name parameter to
None to accomplish this.
@<1576381444509405184:profile|ManiacalLizard2> ,that’s interesting. So you actually need the imports to be in a certain order. That’s definitely new and a bit of an anti-pattern as it goes against recommended import statement order (built-in packages imported first) but if it works, that’s good news at least. I’ll try that as well. Thanks!
Hi Max, thanks very much for your message! I understand what you’re saying now, though I suppose this is not my issue since I’m not setting any of the decorator values with variables. I’ll post a query in the main channel with code snippets to see if anyone has ideas. Thank you!
Hi @<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36> , I would expect the
loss_func parameter to be
FocalLoss instead of
['FocalLoss', 'FocalLoss', 'FocalLoss', 'FocalLoss'] (and same for the
validation_split_name parameter. I will try to put together an example, though it might take a little time before I can do it.
@<1523701225533476864:profile|ObedientDolphin41> , I was searching for anyone having an issue like me and found this thread. I have created a simple pipeline using decorators and when I try to clone it in the UI, I get that
base_task_id is empty
error. It works fine when triggered programmatically from my machine. I’m wondering if you could elaborate on how you utilized the
set_configuration_object methods to solve this? In my case, I’m not setting a...