And now that I restarted the server and went back into the project where I initially deleted the archived experiments, some of them are still there - I will leave them alone, too scared to do anything now 😄
To help you debugging this: in the /dashboard endpoint, all projects were still there, but empty (no experiment inside). No experiments archived as well.
Restarting the server (
docker-compose down then
docker-compose up ) solved the problem 😌 All experiments are back
Wow, that's really strange.. We'll try to reproduce
Hi CumbersomeCormorant74 yes, this is almost the scenario: I have a dozen of projects. In one of them, I have ~20 archived experiments, in different states (draft, failed, aborted, completed). I went to this archive, selected all of them and deleted them using the bulk delete operation. I had several failed delete popups. So I tried again with smaller bulks (like 5 experiments at a time) to localize the experiments at the origin of the error. I could delete most of them. At some point, all of them disappeared , so I was happy - I closed the archived and then I realized no experiments in the project as well. First I though I accidentally closed the archived and deleted others experiments as well, but then I went back to the main page I here all projects were showing 0 experiments, they were all empty, including their archives
Hi JitteryCoyote63 . Just to make sure we fully understand the scenario - you had a project with several experiments, some of which were archived. Then you went to archive and selected all of the experiments and deleted them using the bulk delete operation. And then you saw that the project was empty even when you were not in archive mode. Is that correct?
JitteryCoyote63 - thanks for the info. We are trying to reproduce this, and will update