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Hi, I Have A S3 Bucket Configured As Default Uri, But, When I Am Testing The Code On My Local Machine, I Do Not Want The Model Files To Be Uploaded To S3. I Tried Setting

Hi, I have a s3 bucket configured as default uri, but, when I am testing the code on my local machine, I do not want the model files to be uploaded to s3. I tried setting output_uri="" but the files are still uploaded. If a specify a local folder, like mnt/Data , I guess the files will be copied to this folder. Is there a way to avoid uploading artifacts in a task, just using the original location of the artifacts in disk?

Posted 3 years ago
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Hi SkinnyPanda43
In your local machine do not pass output_uri at all, so nothing will be uploaded.
On the agent's configuration file configure, default_output_uri to the S3 bucket
(Notice you can always override them in the UI, see the bottom of the execution Tab)

Posted 3 years ago

Thanks, I thought on doing that, but I was wondering if there was a way to set it into the code.

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