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Hi, I Have This Python Package That'S Located On My Base Image..(E.G. /Code/App/Flair). Within Then Folder There'S A Package Called Flair And A Data.Py File. I Appended Python Path With /Code/App/Flair In My Base Image And Execute It Using K8S Glue. In T

Hi, I have this python package that's located on my base image..(e.g. /code/app/flair). Within then folder there's a package called flair and a data.py file.
I appended python path with /code/app/flair in my base image and execute it using K8S glue. In the end I get a no module named flair.data error. This works if I just docker run and run my code though. Amy thoughts?

Posted 2 years ago
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I appended python path with /code/app/flair in my base image and execute

the python path is changing since it installs a new venv into the system.
Let me check what's going on with the pythonpath, because it is definitely is changed when running the code (the code base root folder is added to it). Maybe we need to make sure that if you had PYTHON PATH pre-defined we restore it.

Posted 2 years ago

SubstantialElk6 try to add -e CLEARML_AGENT_EXTRA_PYTHON_PATH=/code/app/flair
It should add it to the runtime pythonpath
(to the BASE DOCKER IMAGE on the Task itself)

Posted 2 years ago
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