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I Have An On-Prem/Free Clearml-Server Setup With Custom S3 Back-End Storage. I'M Trying Out The Clearml-Serving Capability And Not Sure What'S Failing. When I Start The Serving Containers It Can'T Retrieve The Model:


I can't seem to figure out what the names should be from the pytorch example - where did INPUT__0 come from

This is actually the latyer name in the model:
https://github.com/allegroai/clearml-serving/blob/4b52103636bc7430d4a6666ee85fd126fcb49e2e/examples/pytorch/train_pytorch_mnist.py#L24
Which is just the default name Pytorch gives the layer
https://discuss.pytorch.org/t/how-to-get-layer-names-in-a-network/134238

it appears I need to converted into TorchScript?

Yes, this is a Triton limitation (actually it is for the best, this is the optimized version of your model)

  
  
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