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Hi, I Try To Use Clearml First Time On Mine Eks Cluster. So I Install It With This Helm Chart:

I try to use clearml first time on mine EKS cluster.
So i install it with this helm chart: https://github.com/allegroai/clearml-helm-charts/tree/main/charts/clearml .
I create a dns route for the app, api and files and then i try to do :
it asked for credentials
the app shows me this:
I tried the accesskey and secretkey from the values, but Iam unable to verifying credentials.
what i can do?

Posted 2 years ago
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It didn't created i did it manually

Posted 2 years ago

Where did clearml-init create the clearml.conf ?

Posted 2 years ago

From the profile page. I read some previous post about this problem I found that i need to create the clearml.conf file in the c://Users/ <username> by myself with this text. this solve the problem.
but it is very strange.

ClearML SDK configuration file

api {

credentials {
    "access_key" = "0YD2YNTVFY4D09DQ5S4M"
    "secret_key" = "SbJZJ4eb5wFog0CmgHlLKal8aOfTnWm2SWGyEqlXQ6UesVmzLh"
verify_certificate: False


Posted 2 years ago

Can you guide me through how you got the credentials and then attempted to validate?

Posted 2 years ago

I will send you an example of the API server value:
` apiserver:
prepopulateEnabled: "true"
prepopulateZipFiles: "/opt/clearml/db-pre-populate"
prepopulateArtifactsPath: "/mnt/fileserver"
configDir: /opt/clearml/config

-- Amount of seconds the authorization cookie will last in user browser

authCookiesMaxAge: 864000

# -- This will set to service's spec.type field
type: LoadBalancer
port: 8008
# -- If service.type set to NodePort, this will be set to service's nodePort field.
# If service.type is set to others, this field will be ignored
nodePort: 30008 `When I am using curl to the API.<dns>
I am getting a response immediately and when i do curl to files.<dns> i am getting an html response, so it looks like i have a connection but the problem with credentials

Posted 2 years ago

yes, the login brings me to the right place
now I am doing the clearml-Inuit
and it unable to Verifying credentials

Posted 2 years ago

Can you try going to <HOST>/login

Posted 2 years ago
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