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I am using reuse_last_task_id=True to overwrite an existing task (with same project and task name). But the experiment contains the torch model and therefore does not overwrite the existing task but creates a new one. How can I detach the model from the task?

  
  
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I come across many small questions like these which may been answered earlier. But they are hard to find in Slack messages. Is it better to post such questions on Stackoverflow so they benefit everybody? I might post the link here.

  
  
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Many thanks!

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Ok, great. Thanks

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Hi SarcasticSparrow10

Is it better to post such questions on Stackoverflow so they benefit everybody?

Yes, I think you are correct it would please do 🙂

Try to do " reuse_last_task_id='task_id_here'" ,t o specify the exact Task to continue )click on the ID button next to the task name in the UI)
If this value is true it will try to continue the last task on the current machine (based on project/name, combination) if the task was executed on another machine, it will just start a new one.

  
  
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