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Hi I Have An Issue Where Experiments Are All Showing That They Started From Iteration 0. This Is Even True For Experiments Which I Know Used To Show The Correct Iteration, So It Seems To Be Due To An Update Of The Web Interface. Here You Can See That Sup

Hi
I have an issue where experiments are all showing that they started from iteration 0.
This is even true for experiments which I know used to show the correct iteration, so it seems to be due to an update of the web interface.

here you can see that supposedly the experiment had 84300 iterations but the graph has only 40k

What is strange is that I know that initially this experiment showed the scalars and for some reason this has changed retroactively, around a month after the experiment has finished.
any help would be great!
Thank you

  
  
Posted one year ago
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MassiveHippopotamus56
the "iteration" entry is actually the "max reported iteration over all graphs" per graph there is different max iteration. Make sense ?

  
  
Posted one year ago

this is not the case as all the scalars report the same iterations

MassiveHippopotamus56 could it be the the machine statistics? (i.e. cpu/gpu etc. these are considered scalars as well...)

  
  
Posted one year ago

LazyFish41
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Posted one year ago

Hi MassiveHippopotamus56
Can you please open the browser developer tools, navigate to scalar tabs for one of the experiments that show wrong iteration and copy here the request payload and response for the events.scala_metrics_iter_histogram call?

  
  
Posted one year ago

AgitatedDove14 this is not the case as all the scalars report the same iterations

  
  
Posted one year ago

I don't have a screenshot of how it looked before but it looked exactly like this but the iterations started around 40k
This is how it looks now:

  
  
Posted one year ago

and about a month later for some reason the initial iteration seems to have changed to 0

Hmm, I see your point. Just so I fully understand, your are not saying Old experiments were changed, but new experiments (running the same code-ish) have a totally different max iterations value. Is this correct ?

  
  
Posted one year ago

Yes. This is what used to be shown, and was the expected behaviour because the run began from a previous checkpoint. And now the same exact experiment (not rerun) shows a different starting iteration for the scalars (now starting at 0).

  
  
Posted one year ago

Can you perhaps share a screenshot?

  
  
Posted one year ago

they show iterations around 300k so I don't think they are relevant for this

  
  
Posted one year ago

No, an old experiment changed, nothing was rerun

ohh, that is odd. I think the max iteration value is stored on the DB, which is odd if it changed after an update.
BTW: just making sure, could it be these Tasks were imported ? (i.e. offline execution + import)

  
  
Posted one year ago

AgitatedDove14 AppetizingMouse58 I want to clarify, that this run used to show the correct iterations on the website starting around 40k, and about a month later for some reason the initial iteration seems to have changed to 0

  
  
Posted one year ago

as if the server has changed the way that it shows the data

  
  
Posted one year ago

No, an old experiment changed, nothing was rerun

  
  
Posted one year ago

The data that you sent looks fine. It seems that you actually has these iterations in Elasticsearch. To check whether it is the case please run the following command in the shell on your host. You should get the first 10 task events with the smallest iterations:
curl -XGET -H "Content-Type: application/json" localhost:9200/events-training_stats_scalar*/_search?pretty -d' { "query": { "term": {"task": "d45ecb5ad7084175bd83dd39777b10c5"} }, "sort": {"iter": "asc"} }'

  
  
Posted one year ago

MassiveHippopotamus56 The data that you posted from the browser developers tool seems coming from the "Headers" tab. Can you please post the data from the "Payload" and "Response" tabs. This is in case you run in Chrome. In other browsers the tabs may have different names

  
  
Posted one year ago

Hi MassiveHippopotamus56 - just to make sure I understand - when you say "started from iteration" you mean in the UI Scalars section, the first samples appear with the x-axis showing some iteration number (which is not 0) like 40k?

  
  
Posted one year ago

Ok I think I got it.
Payload:
{task: "d45ecb5ad7084175bd83dd39777b10c5", key: "iter"}key: "iter" task: "d45ecb5ad7084175bd83dd39777b10c5"Response is long so it is attached as a file

  
  
Posted one year ago