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Hey, Currently On A Pro Saas Deployment Using Pipelines With The Gcp Autoscaler And Setting Some Credentials Into The Init Scripts Of My Provisionned Vms (Inside The Autoscaler Config) As Environment Variables, I Want To Pass Them To Specific Components O

Hey, currently on a PRO SaaS deployment using pipelines with the GCP autoscaler and setting some credentials into the init scripts of my provisionned VMs (inside the autoscaler config) as environment variables, I want to pass them to specific components on runtime to avoid having to put credentials into my docker images and I tried to do it like this:
@PipelineDecorator.component( return_values=['dataset_id'], cache=True, task_type=TaskTypes.data_processing, execution_queue='XXXX', docker_args="-e AWS_KEY_ID=$AWS_KEY_ID -e AWS_KEY_SECRET=$AWS_KEY_SECRET" )But the values are not interpolated by the shell and the resulting values of those environment variables simply being $AWS_KEY_ID and $AWS_KEY_SECRET .

Is there a way to pass env variables on the agent VM to the component container at the time execution ?

Posted one year ago
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Well solved, it's not as beautiful but I guess i can put them in a env file with an arbitrary name in the init script and just pass that file as exec argument...

Posted one year ago

Yup I already setup my aws configs for clearML that way but I needed to have generally accessible credentials too so I used the init script option in this config menu ^^

Posted one year ago

Hi FierceHamster54
If you are working with docker containers, you can extend the arguments using extra_docker_arguments of your clearml.conf and add the necessary env variables.


Posted one year ago

You can use the web app to launch your auto-scalers and use the field Additional ClearML Configuration to add your env variables (or whatever other stuffs you need 🙂 )

Posted one year ago