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Hey Folks, I Am Currently Using The Open-Source Self-Hosted Version Of Clearml And Performing A Poc. I Was Trying To Set Up A Pipeline That Is Triggered Every Few Weeks, But It Seems Like I Can Only Trigger A Task Using A Task Scheduler But Not A Pipeline

Hey folks, I am currently using the open-source self-hosted version of ClearML and performing a PoC. I was trying to set up a pipeline that is triggered every few weeks, but it seems like I can only trigger a task using a Task scheduler but not a pipeline. Is the expected practice that we have a Task scheduler set with the cadence that triggers a pipeline's remote execution from inside the task?

Posted one year ago
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, but it seems like I can only trigger a task using a Task scheduler but not a pipeline.

@<1523701132025663488:profile|SlimyElephant79> Maybe we should better state it, but Pipeline is "just" another type of Task. so triggering a Task with the Pipeline ID is essentially triggering the pipeline (do notice you need to select the "services" queue to be used so that the pipeline runs on the correct resource). Make sense ?

Posted one year ago

Hi SlimyElephant79 , what is your exact use-case?

Posted one year ago

Hi SuccessfulKoala55 I want to trigger a retraining pipeline every set cadence of a few months.

Posted one year ago