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Hello! I Have A Question About The Priority Of Environment Variables And Clearml.Confg Content. At This Point, I Have A Working Setup That Skips Environment Installation Because It Uses A Custom Docker Image And It Works As Expected. Every Task Triggered

Hello! I have a question about the priority of environment variables and clearml.confg content. At this point, I have a working setup that skips environment installation because it uses a custom Docker image and it works as expected. Every task triggered either inside the code or through the UI has CONTAINER ARGUMENTS field that may be found on the execution page in the UI. The question is, is there a way to give higher priority to the clearml.confg on the agent machine than to the CONTAINER ARGUMENTS of the specific experiment, because if those parameters are changed they may lack some environmental variables and it breaks setup of the environment. Thanks!

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Hi BurlyRaccoon64 , the docker arguments specified on the task will only be used if you specify a docker image on the task, but than, it will always override the agent's configuration

Posted one year ago

Got it, thanks for your help!

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