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Hi, I'M Running My Experiments On Remote Ec2 Machine. It Works Good But I Noticed That It Doesn'T Logs My Repo/Branch/Working_Dir, Probably Since My Git Is Local And Not On The Machine. I Used Set_Script() To Log This Details. Is There Any Other More Auto

Hi, I'm running my experiments on remote ec2 machine.
It works good but I noticed that it doesn't logs my repo/branch/working_dir, probably since my git is local and not on the machine.
I used set_script() to log this details.
Is there any other more automatic option for this?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago
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Yes I'm using PyCharm and connecting remote machine via ssh interpreter.
Sounds interesting I will check it out.
Thanks

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

As long as you're working with a local git I'm not sure it will log the branch/working_dir/repo

However, you can probably circumvent this maybe with configuration objects

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Hi HappyDove3
task.set_script is a great way to add the info (assuming the .git is missing)
Are you running it using PyCharm? (If so use the clearml pycharm plugin, it basically passes the info from your local git to the remote machine via OS environment)

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

AgitatedDove14 Updating that the clearml-pycharm-plugin solved the issue.
Even though I run on a remote machine, the git info updated from pycharm.
Thanks!

  
  
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