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Hi All, Regarding Python Version (I.E., 3.6 Vs. 3.8), What Is The Best Practice Way Of Specifying Or Changing This For A Job Running On An Agent? I See Some Documentation About Changing The Preferred Version When Running The Agent. Does That Mean I Need T

Hi all, regarding Python version (i.e., 3.6 vs. 3.8), what is the best practice way of specifying or changing this for a job running on an agent? I see some documentation about changing the preferred version when running the agent. Does that mean I need to restart my agent?

  
  
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TimelyPenguin76 I ran the agent with Docker as
$clearml-agent daemon --detached --gpus 0 --queue idx_gandalf_titan-rtx --docker nvidia/cuda:11.2.2-cudnn8-runtime-ubuntu18.04However, that nvidia image is Python 3.6, so when I run anything it's falling back to python 3.6. Thus, I thought maybe all I would need to do is clone the job and change the Docker image to an image with Python 3.8 and the right Pytorch, etc. Is my thinking right? I'm finding the right image to use now.

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Hi GleamingGrasshopper63 , can you share how you are running the clearml agent (with venv, docker, if docker, your image?)?
For updating the agent configuration after its started to run, you’ll need to restart the agent 🙂

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

I got it running, and now I know some more tricks. Which is good. Part of it was me facing this really weird PyTorch + setuptools issue: https://github.com/pytorch/pytorch/issues/69894

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

yes, you could also use the container’s SETUP SHELL SCRIPT and run command to install your python version (e.g.
sudo apt install python3.8for example)

  
  
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