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Hi, I Would Like To Report Something Else Weird In The Clearml-Agent 1.5.1 Running In Docker Mode: In The Logs, When It Dumps Its Config, It Writes:

Hi, I would like to report something else weird in the clearml-agent 1.5.1 running in docker mode:
In the logs, when it dumps its config, it writes: docker_cmd = python:3.8 -v /root/git/credential/socket:/root/git/credential/socket
I specified -v /root/git/credential/socket:/root/git/credential/socket in the CONTAINER > ARGUMENTS section of my experiment
I guess I understand that it shows the extra params of the docker command, but the reported docker_cmd is wrong in itself, or?

Posted 10 months ago
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This is the string the agent builds on order to use when calling docker run (which is essentially the image name and any additional arguments)

Posted 10 months ago

Hi JitteryCoyote63 , I'm not sure I follow - why do you think it's wrong?

Posted 10 months ago

Hi SuccessfulKoala55 , not really wrong, rather I don't understand it, the docker image with the args after it

Posted 10 months ago

Ok yes, I get it, this info is also available at the very beginning of the logs, where the agent logs the full docker run command, this docker_cmd is a shorter version?

Posted 10 months ago

yeah, what you see there is the complete command, after adding all the stuff the agent itself needs to make it work 🙂

Posted 10 months ago
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