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I’Ve Played Around With Clearml Data And Spotted Sth Weird Basically, I’Ve Created 3 Datasets

I’ve played around with ClearML Data and spotted sth weird
Basically, I’ve created 3 datasets
#1 have 9444 files added to #2 has #1 as parent and I’ve added 1 more file (using sync cli command) #3 has #2 as parent and I’ve modified 2 files (using sync cli command), yet, the Data Summary show that I’ve modified 2 files in #1, 2 files in #2 and in #3 as wellMaybe I’m misunderstanding about ClearML Data, can someone helps me explain this behavior?
Additionally, I’m using ClearML-server 1.1.1 and ClearML 1.1.2

Posted 2 years ago
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TimelyPenguin76 As I remember, I’ve closed all dataset right after upload the data to ClearML-server

Posted 2 years ago

Yes, basically like this

Posted 2 years ago

Hi GrittyKangaroo27

did you also closed the dataset?
Can you attach the commands with the order of all the datasets?

Posted 2 years ago

So the flow is:

clearml-data create --project "data example" --name "my dataset"
clearml-data add --files <list of files>
clearml-data upload
clearml-data close

clearml-data create --project "data example" --name "my dataset" --parents <first dataset id>
clearml-data sync --id <first dataset id> --folder <list of files>
... `

Posted 2 years ago

I’ll try to reproduce this scenario to confirm no problem occurs during the generation of these datasets

Posted 2 years ago
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