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Hi Again

Hi again ! ClearML SDK v1.0.5 is out! 🎉
With features like Click support and more, as well as some bug fixes 😉 - see release notes https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/release_notes/ver_1_0/#clearml-105

  
  
Posted 2 years ago
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Also the docstring is a bit inconclusive:
Launch every 15 minutes add_task(task_id='1235', queue='default', minute=15) Launch every 1 hour add_task(task_id='1235', queue='default', hour=1)
but then later:
:param minute: If specified launch Task at a specific minute of the day (Valid values 0-60) :param hour: If specified launch Task at a specific hour (24h) of the day (Valid values 0-24)
The first seems to imply that 15 will launch every 15 minutes (4 times an hour) and the second implies putting 15 would always start on minute 15 (once per hour) 🤔

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Just wanted to highlight that you can now schedule your tasks for later execution!!!!

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

AgitatedDove14 does this release include the decorator for function tasks? 🙂

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

The difference is whether you are only supplying a "minutes" or you are also passing hour/day etc.
See the examples:
Every 15 minutes
add_task(task_id='1235', queue='default', minute=15)Every hour on minute 20 of the hour (i.e. 00:20, 01:20 ...)
add_task(task_id='1235', queue='default', hour=1, minute=20)

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Hmm should be pushed later today, meanwhile:
` from clearml import Task
from clearml.automation.trigger import TriggerScheduler

def func(*args, **kwargs):
print('test', args, kwargs)

if name == 'main':
s = TriggerScheduler(pooling_frequency_minutes=1.0)
s.add_model_trigger(
name='trigger 1', schedule_function=func,
trigger_project='examples', trigger_on_tags=['deploy']
)
s.add_model_trigger(
name='trigger 2',
schedule_task_id='3f7458549e814591b003a87f63c333c6',
schedule_queue='moshik',
trigger_project='examples', trigger_on_tags=['deploy']
)
s.add_dataset_trigger(
name='trigger 3', schedule_function=func,
trigger_project='datasets', trigger_on_tags=['deploy']
)
s.add_task_trigger(
name='trigger 4', schedule_function=func,
trigger_project='examples',
trigger_on_metric='epoch_accuracy', trigger_on_variant='epoch_accuracy',
trigger_on_sign='max', trigger_on_threshold=0.99
)
s.start() `

` from clearml import Task
from clearml.automation.scheduler import TaskScheduler

def func():
print('test')

if name == 'main':
s = TaskScheduler()
s.add_task(name='example job', schedule_function=func, minute=10)
s.start() `

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

ok that makes more sense thanks

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

AgitatedDove14 awesome, is there an example somewhere by any chance?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago