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**** solved **** i used variables from here - None os.environ['CLEARML_AGENT_GIT_USER'] = 'myuser' os.environ['CLEARML_AGENT_GIT_PASS'] = 'mypass' ----------...
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Hi, I'm using lightgbm package to train models. in my task execution I'm getting lots of warnings print from lightgbm. when running locally these prints are ...
6 months ago
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Hi, I am looking for a way to report a single metric value of a trained model (lgbm for example). I'm currently using: logger.report_scalar(title='train', se...
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Hi, I am using ClearML on a self-hosted server (with Kubernetes using Helm). currently we are using the free version and i was wondering if it is possible to...
6 months ago
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***** solved ***** it appears that ClearML hasn't automatically captured the requirements.txt file in the cloned repository. adding the following line of cod...
6 months ago
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Hi, lately while trying to create a new dataset we encounter the following error: my code: from clearml import Dataset, Task dataset_1 = Dataset.create(datas...
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Hi, I am running a script from a git repository. in the repository there is a package that i wrote and i would like the script that i am running to be able t...
6 months ago
0 ***** Solved ***** It Appears That Clearml Hasn'T Automatically Captured The Requirements.Txt File In The Cloned Repository. Adding The Following Line Of Code At The Beginning Of My Script Fixed That:

since it is specifying the pandas==1.5.3 i thought it might be pulling the req file from my main branch so i updated the req file there as well (since i am working on a different branch) and it didn't changedanything (as you might expect)

6 months ago
0 Hi, I Am Looking For A Way To Report A Single Metric Value Of A Trained Model (Lgbm For Example). I'M Currently Using:

here is an example of the logged values, I was hoping for a way to log them so they could be visualize better.. any advice (beside making my own plot and log it)?
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6 months ago
0 Hi, I Was Wondering How Come My Api Calls Keeps Going Up While I'M Not Executing Any Tasks\Experiments? I Think It Is Related To The Fact That I Have A Worker That Is Running In The Background, And I Was Wondering How Many Api Calls A Worker Is Doing Per

thanks!
by application you mean the web UI? is it possible to estimate the amount of calls it's performing when idle? while viewing an experiment? or some other typical usage?

7 months ago
0 Hi, Lately While Trying To Create A New Dataset We Encounter The Following Error: My Code:

conf file:

# ClearML SDK configuration file
api { 
    # Tomer Roditi's workspace
    web_server: 

    api_server: 

    files_server: 

    # corractions server
    credentials {"access_key": "****", "secret_key": "****"}
}
sdk {
    # ClearML - default SDK configuration

    storage {
        cache {
            # Defaults to system temp folder / cache
            default_base_dir: "~/.clearml/cache"
            # default_cache_manager_size: 100
  ...
one month ago
0 ***** Solved ***** It Appears That Clearml Hasn'T Automatically Captured The Requirements.Txt File In The Cloned Repository. Adding The Following Line Of Code At The Beginning Of My Script Fixed That:

installed packages before the task is running:

# Python 3.10.10 | packaged by Anaconda, Inc. | (main, Mar 21 2023, 18:39:17) [MSC v.1916 64 bit (AMD64)]

GitPython == 3.1.31
bokeh == 2.4.3
boto3 == 1.26.158
botocore == 1.29.158
clearml == 1.11.1
h5py == 3.8.0
holoviews == 1.16.0
joblib == 1.2.0
lightgbm == 3.3.5
mat73 == 0.60
matplotlib == 3.7.1
numpy == 1.23.5
pandas == 1.5.3
pytest == 7.3.1
scikit_learn == 1.3.0
scipy == 1.10.1
shapely == 2.0.1
sktime == 0.21.0
statsmodels == 0.13.5
t...
6 months ago
0 ***** Solved ***** It Appears That Clearml Hasn'T Automatically Captured The Requirements.Txt File In The Cloned Repository. Adding The Following Line Of Code At The Beginning Of My Script Fixed That:

so how can i make clearml to install my req file? i thought that it is automatically detects the req file in the cloned repository..

6 months ago
0 ***** Solved ***** It Appears That Clearml Hasn'T Automatically Captured The Requirements.Txt File In The Cloned Repository. Adding The Following Line Of Code At The Beginning Of My Script Fixed That:

it seems like it does finds the requirments file otherwise why would it install tsfel tsfresh and some other "non-basic" packages?

6 months ago
6 months ago
0 Hi, I Am Running A Script From A Git Repository. In The Repository There Is A Package That I Wrote And I Would Like The Script That I Am Running To Be Able To Import It, Thus I Need To Add The Package Path To Python Path. Repo Structure:

It seems that when the working directory is set to '.' (root of the cloned repo) I am able to import my package as expected.
I thought about your solution but then it requires me to push every time I change my package which is inconvenient.

6 months ago