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How Can I Remove A Service With Clearml-Serving?

How can I remove a service with clearml-serving?

  
  
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I don't understand the link between service id-s, service tasks and docker containers

  
  
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and immediately complained about a package missing, which apparently I can't specify when I establish the model endpoint but I need to re compose the docker container by passing an env variable to it????

  
  
Posted one year ago

I put two models in the same endpoint, then only one was running,

Sorry I wanted to say "service id"

Same service-id but different endpoints

  
  
Posted one year ago

What does spin mean in this context?

This line:
docker-compose --env-file example.env -f docker-compose-triton-gpu.yml up

But these have: different task ids, same endpoints (from looking through the tabs)
So I am not sure why they are here and why not somewhere else

You can safely ignore them for the time being 🙂

but is it true that I can have multiple models on the same docker instance with different endpoints?

Yes! this is exactly the idea (and again I'm not sure what's going on with the actual containers you have spinned , it seems they are not actually picking the configuration and that they server zero models?!)

  
  
Posted one year ago

ConvolutedSealion94 Let me try to explain how it works, I hope this will help in debugging.
There are two different entities here
Clearml-server: In this context clearml server acts as a control-plane, it stores configuration on the different endpoints, models, preprocessign code etc. It does Not perform any compute or serving clearml-serving-inference https://github.com/allegroai/clearml-serving/blob/e09e6362147da84e042b3c615f167882a58b8ac7/docker/docker-compose-triton-gpu.yml#L77 . This is the actual container that does the serving, serving multiple models from different endpoint The docker-compose (or helm chart) That spins the clearml-serving-inference . Since the design supports multiple different sets of clearml-serving-inference (i.e. each one can server different sets of models, imagine different frameworks, or HW requirements etc.). For each copy of clearml-serving-inference you need to specify which models it needs to serve, this is the Clearml-Serving Session ID This is the UID that points to the actual Task that stores the configuration for This specific clearml-serving-inference . You can have multiple instances of clearml-serving-inference for load balancing, but I will not get into that here.Basically the CLI (i.e. clearml-serving command line) is configuring the clearml-server (i.e. the controlplane), it does Not however spin the actual serving containers ( clearml-serving-inference ) it configures them. In order to configure a specific clearml-serving-inference the CLI needs to specify the correct "clearml-serving sesison ID" that this container was spinned with ( https://github.com/allegroai/clearml-serving/blob/e09e6362147da84e042b3c615f167882a58b8ac7/docker/example.env#L6 )

Does this help ?

  
  
Posted one year ago

but is it true that I can have multiple models on the same docker instance with different endpoints?

  
  
Posted one year ago

also random tasks are popping up in the DevOps project in the UI

  
  
Posted one year ago

I put two models in the same endpoint, then only one was running,

without providing version number, you are overriding the models (because this is the same endpoint)

I started another docker container having a different port number and then the curls with the new model endpoint (with the new port) started working

Seems like misconfiguration on the first one?

, which apparently I can't specify when I establish the model endpoint but I need to re compose the docker container by passing an env variable to it????

When you spin the model you can tell it any additional packages you might need

also random tasks are popping up in the DevOps project in the UI

Not random 🙂 these are the service instances (basically increased visibility into what's going on inside the serving containers

  
  
Posted one year ago

everything is weird about this. I put two models in the same endpoint, then only one was running, then I started another docker container having a different port number and then the curls with the new model endpoint (with the new port) started working

  
  
Posted one year ago

Hi ConvolutedSealion94
You can archive / delete the SERVING-CONTROL-PLANE Task from the DevOps project in the UI.
Do notice you will need to make sure the clearml-serving is updated with a new sesison ID or remove it (i.e. take down the pods / docker-compose)
Make sense ?
Were you able to interact with the service that was spinned? (how was it spinned?)

  
  
Posted one year ago

these are the service instances (basically increased visibility into what's going on inside the serving containers

But these have: different task ids, same endpoints (from looking through the tabs)

So I am not sure why they are here and why not somewhere else

  
  
Posted one year ago

When you spin the model you can tell it any additional packages you might need

What does spin mean in this context?

clearml-serving ... ?

  
  
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