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Is It Possible To Create Clearml-Agents With Different (Compute-) Abilities? Possible Use Cases:

Is it possible to create clearml-agents with different (compute-) abilities?
Possible use cases:
Experiments that need more than 12GB of VRAM should only run on agents that are use a RTX3090/Titan/V100. Some of my workstations have a library "A" installed that are only available on these workstations. Some of my tasks require "A" to be installed.I do not want to create extra queues for this since this will not be able to properly distribute tasks.

  
  
Posted 2 years ago
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  1. solves it. I did not know this is possible.
  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Thank you very much!

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Hi ReassuredTiger98

I do not want to create extra queues for this since this will not be able to properly distribute tasks.

Queues are the way to abstract different resources to "compute capabilities". It creates a simple interface to users on the one hand and allows you to control the compute on the other Agents can listen to multiple queues with priority. This means an RTX agent can pull from an RTX queue, and if this is empty, it will pull from "default" queueWould that work for you?

  
  
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