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Hi, I Have A Main Task That Creates Additional Tasks In Subprocesses. I Wish To Call Task.Init From Inside Each Child-Task So They Would Be Indifferent To The Main Task (I Wish The Child Process To Behave As If It Was Executed Standalone). I Am Aware Trai

I have a main task that creates additional tasks in subprocesses. I wish to call Task.init from inside each child-task so they would be indifferent to the main task (I wish the child process to behave as if it was executed standalone). I am aware Trains attaches to subprocesses. This cause the Task.init called by the child process to receive the main task's task object, while I want it to create a new one, starting at the beginning of the child process. What can I do?

Posted 3 years ago
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Try removing this magic environment that tells the sub-process there was already an Initialized Task.

import os env = dict(**os.environ) env.pop('TRAINS_PROC_MASTER_ID', None) 🙂

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