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Ok, I Faced Quite Funny Issue. Sorry For Spamming In This Chat, But I Am Just Ramping Up With Clearml And Its A Bit Turbulent.. Issue (As I Understand It) Is Following: My Package That I Use For Model Trainings Has The Same Name As Some Package In Pip (I

ok, I faced quite funny issue. sorry for spamming in this chat, but i am just ramping up with ClearML and its a bit turbulent..

Issue (as I understand it) is following: my package that I use for model trainings has the same name as some package in pip (i occurred to be not so creative). when I submit the job, clearml analyzes my environment, finds that I have my package installed and tells worker that it should install it too. Worker just installs by name from pip, and it installs not my package!

  
  
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Worker just installs by name from pip, and it installs not my package!

Oh dear ...
Did you configure additional pip repositories in the Agent's clearml.conf ? https://github.com/allegroai/clearml-agent/blob/178af0dee84e22becb9eec8f81f343b9f2022630/docs/clearml.conf#L77 It might be that (1) is not enough, as pip will first try to search the package in the pip repository, and only then in the private one. To avoid that, in your code you can point directly to an https of your packageTask.add_requirements("package name", "@ https://..../package.whl")3. You can also use a docker with your package preinstalled, this would cause pip to skip the installation as the package is already there

  
  
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