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Do I need to do anything to get a task to pick up a requirements.txt ? It is in the base repo dir, task being created with Task.init from a jupyter notebook ...
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Can I use “autoscaler” to go from 0->1 agent? i.e. 1 queue for tasks, start 1 machine, process everything to completion, then shut down?
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I am getting this error when trying to run a job, which seems to be assigned to an Apple silicon worker: Fatal Python error: init_sys_streams: can't initiali...
4 months ago
0 I Am Still Going Through All The Docs And Intro Videos … But: Is The Only Way To Create A New Experiment To Run The Script That Contains The Experiment At Least Once? I Wonder About This B.C. Most Of What I Want To Run Are Quite Long Jobs, So Even Running

huh, ok … the need to run stuff locally first is a little odd, ngl… just have to get a sense of what the workflow here is

but it looks like execute_remotely is indeed what I want, and I should just standardize on using that,
either in-situ, or in an outer runner script that just calls that first, then calls down to my actual implementation

6 months ago
0 I Am Still Going Through All The Docs And Intro Videos … But: Is The Only Way To Create A New Experiment To Run The Script That Contains The Experiment At Least Once? I Wonder About This B.C. Most Of What I Want To Run Are Quite Long Jobs, So Even Running

🤔 could one create empty draft experiment placeholders, finalize all their code, commit it, and then and manually connect the impl as it exists in a file in a commit in a repo to that draft, once I’ve decided that all development is done?

6 months ago
0 I Am Getting This Error When Trying To Run A Job, Which Seems To Be Assigned To An Apple Silicon Worker:

conda has 3.11.6 installed in the base env,
and the base shell appears to not have python installed at all

4 months ago
0 I Am Getting This Error When Trying To Run A Job, Which Seems To Be Assigned To An Apple Silicon Worker:

@<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55> any insight on this? still blocked

4 months ago
0 I Am Getting This Error When Trying To Run A Job, Which Seems To Be Assigned To An Apple Silicon Worker:

@<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55> any insight on this? still blocked

4 months ago
0 I Am Getting This Error When Trying To Run A Job, Which Seems To Be Assigned To An Apple Silicon Worker:

I suspect that this is something to do with system python vs conda python … but, very opaque

4 months ago
0 Do I Need To Do Anything To Get A Task To Pick Up A

And the task seems to not be installing from requirements.txt, because one package ends up missing

5 months ago
0 I Am Getting This Error When Trying To Run A Job, Which Seems To Be Assigned To An Apple Silicon Worker:

I am running the job by:

  • making a git commit
  • running my jupyter notebook locally to create the “base” task
  • cloning that and changing ‘configuration’
  • enqueueing
4 months ago
0 I Am Getting This Error When Trying To Run A Job, Which Seems To Be Assigned To An Apple Silicon Worker:

the agent is running on the separate worker machine running OSX,
being launched by
clearml-agent daemon --detached

4 months ago
0 I Am Getting This Error When Trying To Run A Job, Which Seems To Be Assigned To An Apple Silicon Worker:

the problem seems to come and go … really not sure if anything I am changing is resolving it,
e.g. restarting the daemon,
changing to bash shell as the default login for osx

4 months ago
0 I Am Getting This Error When Trying To Run A Job, Which Seems To Be Assigned To An Apple Silicon Worker:

@<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55> well, afaik, the base Xcode python 3.9.6 is installed with the Xcode tools, in /usr/bin , and then anaconda installed as the user running the clearml-agent ,
conda init is in both the .bashrc and .bash_profile

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