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Hi, I Am Creating Task In My Jupyterlab Notebook. When I What To Mark The Task As Failed, My Kernel "Appears To Have Died".

Hi, I am creating task in my jupyterlab notebook.
When I what to mark the task as failed, my kernel "appears to have died".
from clearml import Task task = Task.init( project_name=f'Test', task_name='Setup', reuse_last_task_id=False, continue_last_task=False, output_uri=True, auto_connect_arg_parser=True, auto_connect_frameworks=False, auto_resource_monitoring=True, auto_connect_streams=True, ) task.mark_failed()
clearml 1.6.2 jupyter 1.0.0 jupyter-client 7.3.4 jupyter-console 6.4.4 jupyter-core 4.10.0 jupyter-dash 0.4.2 jupyter-server 1.18.0 jupyterlab 3.4.3 jupyterlab-pygments 0.2.2 jupyterlab-server 2.14.0 jupyterlab-widgets 1.1.1 ipykernel 6.15.0Any idea how to fix it?

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Hi CostlyOstrich36 I am using docker image nvidia/cuda:11.6.0-runtime-ubuntu20.04.
Docker is started on WSL2 on win10

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What OS are you using?

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