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I Am Moving A Code Using Clearml Python Library To Use It'S Api As Docker Container Image. Is There Any Alternate To Use Access, Secret Keys Instead I Copy Clearml.Conf In Dockerfile?

I am moving a code using clearml Python library to use it's API as docker container image. Is there any alternate to use access, secret keys instead I COPY clearml.conf in Dockerfile?

Posted one year ago
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Fully automatic, just have them defined and Task.init and everything else will work out of the box.
Notice the Env will override clearml.conf, so you can have clearml.conf with other default values inside the container, and have the Env override the definition
(not to worry, it is Not a must to have clearml.conf , it's just a nice way to add default values)

Posted one year ago

Nice. Does it read those automatically just like it does from ~/clearml.conf? I don't need to call these environment variables within the Python code?

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