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Hi Everyone How Can I Pass Manual Input During Git Action When The Command I Use Asking Me To Input Clearml Configuration. I'M Running 'Clearml-Init' Command On Git Action, How To Put The Configuration When It Ask For "Paste Copied Configuration Here: ",

Hi everyone how can I pass manual input during git action when the command I use asking me to input clearml configuration.
I'm running 'clearml-init' command on git action, how to put the configuration when it ask for "Paste copied configuration here: ", I'm trying to put my configuration to a workflows input then putting it on run after the command 'clearml-init' executes, but still failed.
The error is "EOFError: EOF when reading a line"
Anyone know how to put the input needed? for more clear error here are the screenshots.

  
  
Posted one year ago
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Hi CostlyOstrich36 thank you for your reply, can you explain more about the "inject the file itself into ~/clearml.conf "? and how to do that?
And fyi, the train model.py file cannot detect the clearml.conf file on git action execution, but on local execution train model.py file run just perfect.

  
  
Posted one year ago

Perfect, I already set the env variables in yaml file and now I can run train model.py and Task.init on git action. Thank You for your help SuccessfulKoala55 and CostlyOstrich36 😁

  
  
Posted one year ago

Hi MoodyCentipede68 ,

I'm not sure how to do it in the bash way (I'm sure there's a solution on google). However for a quick fix - clearml-init basically creates a configuration file. You can simply inject the file itself into ~/clearml.conf
What do you think?

  
  
Posted one year ago

MoodyCentipede68 , I'm sorry. I meant inject a preconfigured ~/clearml.conf . Or as Jake mentioned, just use environment variables 🙂

  
  
Posted one year ago

MoodyCentipede68 you don't need the clearml.conf at all, just use environment variables

  
  
Posted one year ago

You need only 5 - api, web and files host, key and secret

  
  
Posted one year ago