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Hi, Can We Specify The Limit And Request Resource Differently For The Workers Spawned By The Clearml Agent? So Some Tasks May Require A Lot Of Ram, But Other Tasks Don'T. So I Don'T Them To All Request The Same Amount Of Resource To Run. Edit: My Clearml

Can we specify the limit and request resource differently for the workers spawned by the clearml agent? So some tasks may require a lot of RAM, but other tasks don't. So I don't them to all request the same amount of resource to run.
Edit: my clearml agent is running in k8s and it spawn worker pod to run the tasks in queue

Posted one year ago
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CostlyOstrich36 Hi John, right now I define single queue. So you mean I can deploy multiple agents, each with different resource request and listen on different queue, right? I think that could work

Posted one year ago

Yes, you can 🙂

Posted one year ago

You can even decide individually per step

Posted one year ago

Yes, I think that would be the best solution.

Posted one year ago

Oh, and when I create pipeline, it looks like it create a task for the pipeline itself, and each step is run as a task. I can also put the pipeline and each steps on different queue independently, right? Look like it's possible CostlyOstrich36

Posted one year ago

Hi GrittyCormorant73 ,

Did you define a single queue or multiples?

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