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Hey Guys, I Keep Getting "Failed Parsing Task Parameter" Warning For The Arguments Such As This One:

hey guys, I keep getting "Failed parsing task parameter" warning for the arguments such as this one:
parser.add_argument( "--dataset_mean", type = float, nargs = "+", default = 0.5)
if I try to pass a list (e.g., [0.5, 0.5]) in UI
if I change default value to the list, it works fine. is it intended?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago
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and sometimes there are hanging containers or containers that consume too much RAM.

Hmmm yes, but can't you see it in CLearML dashboard ?

unless I explicitly add container name in container arguments, it will have a random name,
it would be great if we could set default container name for each experiment (e.g., experiment id)

Sounds like a great feature! with little implementation work 🙂 Can you add a GitHub issue on clearml-agent ?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

we have a baremetal server with ClearML agents, and sometimes there are hanging containers or containers that consume too much RAM. unless I explicitly add container name in container arguments, it will have a random name, which is not very convenient. it would be great if we could set default container name for each experiment (e.g., experiment id)

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

not necessarily, there are rare cases when container keeps running after experiment is stopped or aborted

will do!

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

on the side note, is there any way to automatically give more meaningful names to the running docker containers?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

done!

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

parser.add_argument( "--dataset_mean", type

=

float, nargs

=

"+", default

=

0.5)

I think providing nargs='+ ' assumes the type is a list. nonetheless we should be able to support it. Could you please add a GitHub issue so we do not forget ?

on the side note, is there any way to automatically give more meaningful names to the running docker containers?

What do you mean by that? running where? and where will you see them ?

  
  
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