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I Am Working On Versioning My Data With Clearml-Data. I Have Clearml Server Deployed On One Machine And On Another Machine I Have My Clearml.Conf Setup To Use The Deployed Clearml Server. Also, On Both Machines I Have A Nas Storage Mounted On The Same Pat

I am working on versioning my data with clearml-data. I have clearml server deployed on one machine and on another machine I have my clearml.conf setup to use the deployed clearml server. Also, on both machines I have a NAS storage mounted on the same path for example: /media/NAS . So, is there anyway that I can use the the NAS path as the default data stroage for the server.

Posted 2 years ago
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CostlyOstrich36 Another question. I versioned a dataset using the clearml-data cli and it works absolutely fine. But, when I archived and deleted the versioned data using the clearml GUI the dataset was not deleted. As it is only removed from the UI but still available physically on the NAS drive.

Posted 2 years ago

RipeAnt6 , you have to manage your storage on the NAS yourself. We delete data only on the fileserver.

However, you could try mounting the NAS to the fileserver docker as a volume and then deletion should also handle files on the NAS 🙂

Posted 2 years ago

Please note that this configuration is on the client side, not the clearml server side 🙂

Posted 2 years ago

CostlyOstrich36 Thank you very much for the answer.

Posted 2 years ago

CostlyOstrich36 Thank you for the answer.

Posted 2 years ago

RipeAnt6 , happy to help 🙂

Posted 2 years ago

RipeAnt6 Hi!

Yes, you simply need to configure the two following fields in your ~/clearml.conf

api.fileserver: <PATH_TO_NAS>
sdk.development.default_output_uri: <PATH_TO_NAS>

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