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Hello, There Is A Means To Export / Import Task Using Task.Export_Task, Task.Import_Task. Is There A Way To Preserve The Task Id When We Bring This Task From One Clearml Server To Another? Both Clearml Server Are Not Connected.

Hello, there is a means to export / import Task using Task.export_task, Task.import_task.
Is there a way to preserve the task id when we bring this task from one ClearML Server to another? Both ClearML Server are not connected.

  
  
Posted one year ago
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You can use the same project name and the same Taskname if that helps?

I don't think it's possible to set a custom ID if it doesn't exist yet. But I'll double check!

  
  
Posted one year ago

Thanks AgitatedDove14 and TimelyMouse69 . The intention was to have some traceability between the two setups. I think the best way is to enforce some naming convention (for project and name) so we can know how they are related? Any better suggestions?

  
  
Posted one year ago

In this particular case using a naming convention is probably the best answer.
If you already have a naming convention for projects, you could just reuse that to prevent confusion :)

  
  
Posted one year ago

OddShrimp85
the Task id is UUID that is generated by the backend server, there is no real way to force it to have a specific value 😞

  
  
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