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I Have A Reporting Task I Want To Schedule Using Taskscheduler. 2 Main Input Params Are

I have a reporting task I want to schedule using TaskScheduler. 2 main input params are datetime_from and datetime_to (which is datetime.now() by default). Ideally, I want the scheduler to clone the last successful task, take its datetime_to and assign it to datetime_from of the new one. But it looks like schedule_task_id is constant in the context of a TaskScheduler. So I first find a task_id of some previous reporting task when creating a scheduler. And then I need to perform the second search for the last successful task from the reporting task itself (to get its datetime_to ). Is there any way to achieve what I want in a more clear way?

  
  
Posted one year ago
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not sure I fully get it. Where will the connection between task and scheduler appear?

  
  
Posted one year ago

yes, I’ll try it out

  
  
Posted one year ago

and ClearML should strive to be clear, amirite? 😄

  
  
Posted one year ago

worked fine, thanks!

  
  
Posted one year ago

yeah, I think I’ll go with schedule_function right now, but your proposed idea would make it even clearer.

  
  
Posted one year ago

LOL totally 🙂

  
  
Posted one year ago

I see that scheduler task UI has the capabilities to edit user properties. But I don’t see how I can read and/or write them through code

  
  
Posted one year ago

I want to have 2 instances of scheduler - 1 starts reporting jobs for staging, another one for prod

  
  
Posted one year ago

Hi FiercePenguin76

Maybe it makes sense to use

schedule_function

I think you are correct. This means the easiest would be to schedule a function, and have that function do the Task cloning/en-queuing. wdyt?

As a side note , maybe we should have the ability of custom function that Returns a task ID. the main difference is that the Task ID that was created will be better logged / visible (as opposed to the schedule_function, where the fact there was a Task that was created / enqueued is not visible)

  
  
Posted one year ago

the Task scheduler itself is a Task. What we did is we added a new parameter section on the Task (the task.connect call), so that we can later clone and modify it and use the new value in runtime
(Task.connect will put the data from the Task/UI back into the dict when the agent is running the Scheduler)
Does that make sense?

  
  
Posted one year ago

Maybe it makes sense to use schedule_function instead of schedule_task_id and then the schedule function will perform the cloning of the last task and starting the clone?

  
  
Posted one year ago

slightly related follow-up question: can I add user properties to a scheduler configuration?

  
  
Posted one year ago

ideally, I want to hardcode, e.g. use_staging = True, enqueue it; and then via clone-edit_user_properties-enqueue in UI start the second instance (edited)

Oh I see!
Actually the easiest would be to use a Section:
` task = Task.init(...)
my_params = {'use_staging': True}
task.connect(my_params, name="General")
if my_params['use_staging']:
# do something

scheduler = TaskScheduler(...) `wdyt?

  
  
Posted one year ago

can I add user properties to a scheduler configuration?

please expand, what do you mean by user property and how one would use it?

  
  
Posted one year ago

ideally, I want to hardcode, e.g. use_staging = True, enqueue it; and then via clone-edit_user_properties-enqueue in UI start the second instance

  
  
Posted one year ago