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Hi. I'M Using Clearml To Log My Experiments. During Training, I Load Files Using Torch.Load.Clearml Displays The Following Message:

Hi. I'm using clearml to log my experiments. During training, I load files using torch.load.Clearml displays the following message: 2021-09-05 11:39:45,012 - clearml.frameworks - INFO - Found existing registered model id=4d939bdbfed54b8a869b98ee8089ce85 [/media/eitank/disk2T/Datasets/kinetics400/cache/train/E2Mw9PQ0rmM_clip_2.file] reusing it. Here, it seems like clearml relates to the loaded data file as a model. How can I mute this? Since I load many files during training, this messages is shown quite frequently.

Posted one year ago
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SoreDragonfly16 You can disable this with the following argument in task.init() - auto_connect_frameworks=False for example:
task = Task.init(..., auto_connect_frameworks={'pytorch': False})You can refer to this documentation for further reading at this https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/references/sdk/task#taskinit 🙂

Posted one year ago

SoreDragonfly16 Hi, what is your usage when saving/loading those files? You can mute both the save/load messages but not each one separately.

Also, do you see all these files as input models in UI?

Posted one year ago

SoreDragonfly16 , yes

Posted one year ago

CostlyOstrich36 Yes, I see all these files as models in the UI. These files are the data for training my model. I want to mute all these messages.

Posted one year ago

SoreDragonfly16 , let me take a look 🙂

Posted one year ago

Thanks CostlyOstrich36 . As I understand, I should set is to False , right?

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