Im using the clearml-serving for repo and running the docker-compose file there to set it tip ,
But im also running the clearml server on my machine self - hosted
I'm running the clearml server on my machine, self hosted
TenderCoyote78 i pm you to avoid overfilling the thread here
Or is something wrong here
at least no more auth errors
DefiantHippopotamus88 joined the thread. He faced the same issue in the thread you sent
WickedElephant66 is this issue the same as this one?
I have the same issue, but port is not the only problem
Removing the “” in my env file gives me a timeout issue
I'm not, not sure about WickedElephant66 / DefiantHippopotamus88
DefiantHippopotamus88 did you get it working?
AgitatedDove14 are you using wsl setup?
Here's what I get for the initial set up stage of clearml-serving
SweetBadger76 I'm following the docs, is this the expected output?
So I did change the host port on the docker -compose.yml file, here's the weird error:
Why is the url being parsed with “”
I have renamed example. en v to just .env so that docker -compose can recognise the env variables(—env-file never works for me)
I'm facing the issue during the initial set up of clearml serving - i.e the step where you use docker-compose to launch the serving containers
can you do
docker ps to check if there are running containers that already bind the port ?
it worked for me with one docker-compose for all
AgitatedDove14 Doesn't look like the same error as that thread.
when you spin a container , you map a host port with a container port using -p parameter
docker run -v ~/clearml.conf:/root/clearml.conf -p 8080:8080 -e
Here you map your computer's port 8080 with the container port 8080. If your 8080 port is already used, you can use another, using for example -p 8081:8080
can you share your logs ?
So I'd have to make edits to the docker-compose file for clearml-serving; there would not be any issues arising due to that right?
Let's maybe join our effort to get local deployment?