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Hi All, I Was Wondering If It Is Possible To Set The Aws Autoscaler (And Other Aws Services Such As S3) To Assume The Permissions Of A Specific Iam Role. I Didn'T Find Any Reference To This In The Documentation


LovelyHamster1 Now I see... Interesting credentials ability. Specifically all the S3 access on trains is derived from the ~/clearml.conf credentials section :
https://github.com/allegroai/clearml/blob/ebc0733357ac9ead044d0ed32d41447763f5797e/docs/clearml.conf#L73
( or the AWS S3 environment variables )

I'm not sure how this AWS feature works, I suspect it is changing the AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY variables on the ec2 instance. If this is the case, it should work out of the box 🙂

  
  
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