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Also Is There A Way To Just Run A Dockerfile? So For Example My Project Includes A

Also is there a way to just run a Dockerfile? So for example my project includes a Dockerfile in the top-level dir. When sending to the agent I would like it to run my experiments in a docker container build from this Dockerfile's image.

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Nvm. I forgot to start my agent with --docker . So here comes my follow up question: It seems like there is no way to define that a Task requires docker support from an agent, right?

Posted 2 years ago

Thank you. Will try that!

Posted 2 years ago

It seems like there is no way to define that a Task requires docker support from an agent, right?

Correct, basically the idea is you either have workers working in venv mode or docker.
If you have a mixture of the two, then you can have the venv agents pulling from one queue (say default_venv) and the docker mode agents pulling from a different queue (say default_docker). This way you always know what you are getting when you enqueue your Task

Posted 2 years ago

Could you guide me to the documentation for using the docker file? I am not able to find it. I only found task.set_base_docker which I am not sure what it does.

Posted 2 years ago

ReassuredTiger98 there is an open issue on supporting bash script as pre run inside a docker (which will be supported in the next major release)
BTW: if you already have a docker file the fastest way would just to build the docker file and push it once, then you just specify the docker image:tag, this can be done a Task specific level.

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