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Hi All. If I Understand Right, Dataset And Any Other Task Is Aborted After Some Time Of Inactivity. Can I Configure It On Some Level (Ideally On Task Level)? I Have A Pipeline That Is Expected To Run Several Days.


Hi HelpfulHare30 , handling non-responsive tasks termination is done by a server watchdog, which can be configured using server settings. See https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/deploying_clearml/clearml_server_config#non-responsive-task-watchdog for more details. Since the documentation there is a bit lacking, I'll just point out you can also disable it completely using the services.tasks.non_responsive_tasks_watchdog.enabled: false setting.

  
  
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