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Hi, Is It Intented Behavior That Models That Are Saved By A Clearml-Agent Will Have The Clearml-Agents User (So The User Of Which Generated The Api Credentials For The Agent) In The "User" Field Of The Model Instead Of The User Who Started The Task?

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is it intented behavior that models that are saved by a clearml-agent will have the clearml-agents user (so the user of which generated the API credentials for the agent) in the "User" field of the model instead of the user who started the task?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago
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There is no way to create an artifact/model/dataset without a task, right?

Models are a an entity of it's own, and you can actually create one without a Task.

(just for my own interest: how much does the enterprise version divert from the open source version? It it just extended or are there core changes to the enterprise version)

It adds a few security layers on top, and adds a few features that are just not part of the open source (RBAC, hyper-datasets, advanced scheduling, custom applications etc)

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

There is no way to create an artifact/model/dataset without a task, right? Just always inherit from the parent task. And if cloned change the user to the user who did the clone.

(just for my own interest: how much does the enterprise version divert from the open source version? It it just extended or are there core changes to the enterprise version)

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

I guess then it is hard to solve and probably not worth it for me to make suggestions without any knowledge about the internals 😕 Seems like a small weakness in the design of the open-source version. But not much of an issue 🙂

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

It is weird though. The task is submitted by the original user and then run on the agent. The task however is still registered by the original user, since it is created by the original user.

Makes more sense to just inherit the user from the task than from the agent?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

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Posted 2 years ago

Hi ReassuredTiger98
Good point, since the user actually "running" the code is the agent, all the api calls are registered under its name, including the Model creation.
This is a good point, though ...
I know the enterprise tiers add "impersonate" as part of the security layer, meaning that the agent is Not actually running the code but the creating "user" is, which solve this problem. I'm not sure what actually can be done without this feature... thoughts?

  
  
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