I changed and environment and I think it helped to install clearml. But now I can not get how it can use this my file with conf.
Below is my code:
and then I use import taks.
But if I do not use init, should I export somehow params before?
with such command: !export CLEARML_CONFIG_FILE=/root/clearml.conf
Because now I have successfully import clearml and task but have an error with task initializing
ValueError: ClearML configuration could not be found (missing~/clearml.conf
or Environment CLEARML_API_HOST) To get started with ClearML: setup your ownclearml-server
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You must perform
Task.init() to have something reported 🙂
when I check os.environ I see
Are you sure that the file is on the server? Can you access it?
YAY! I'm happy to hear!
I can ssh for sure but I do not know how to check the environment 😳
I found that I can change Kernel and choose env
Also try with
!pip3 install clearml
Also please note that your path is wrong
try like this
the same error
I'm being silly. You're actually directing it to the file itself to where it resides
This looks more appropriate if the username itself is "ubuntu"
I had the same error in Colab actually
but it is located in the /notebooks
but the error is the same (
yeah, the same(((
I tried different references and nothing works. funny enough that clearml-init sees the file and reports “Configuration file already exists: /home/ubuntu/clearml.conf” but then the task.init does not see it
Try setting the following environment envs:
%env CLEARML_API_ACCESS_KEY=... %env CLEARML_API_SECRET_KEY=...and try removing the clearml.conf file 🙂
OMG I tried different environment and started everything from scratch and it seems it works…
Successfully installed clearml-1.4.1 furl-2.1.3 orderedmultidict-1.0.1 pyjwt-2.1.0
Can I assume that you've installed the latest version of ClearML?
Thanks for your help and support ☺
I get an error when I run this init