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Hi, Quick Question: Is There An Easy Way To Spin Multiple Clearml-Agents At Once? (Maybe Something Like Clearml-Agent Daemon --Queue -N 16) I Know This Can Be Done With Simple Shell Scripts Or Other Workarounds But Wondered If There'S A Native/Recommended

quick question: Is there an easy way to spin multiple clearml-agents at once? (maybe something like clearml-agent daemon --queue -n 16)
I know this can be done with simple shell scripts or other workarounds but wondered if there's a native/recommended way to do this

Posted one year ago
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I have a preprocessing task that is CPU parallelized, but I wanted to create a ClearML task for each instance since it reports some parameters that I want to later aggregate. Running this quickly requires 10-30 agents listening on the same queue

Posted one year ago

HugeArcticwolf77 you can add --services-mode to the agent, and it will basically keep on spinning Tasks in parallel (unfortunately the open source version does not include a way to limit it to a maximum of concurrent Tasks)

Posted one year ago

that's an interesting use case for services mode. I'll try it out. thanks!

Posted one year ago

Hi HugeArcticwolf77 , I don't think such a thing exists out of the box. What is your use case?

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