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Hi There - I Am Attempting To Use The Hp Optimization Feature, But Keep Getting The Following Error:

Hi there - I am attempting to use the hp optimization feature, but keep getting the following error: trains.automation.optimization - WARNING - Could not find requested hyper-parameters ['number_of_epochs', 'batch_size', 'base_lr'] on base task even though I ran the base task prior to the optimization script, just like the documentation script said... Any help would be appreciated.

Posted 3 years ago
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CharmingBeetle38 try adding "General/" before the arguments. This means batch_size becomes General/batch_size. This is only because we are accessing the parameters externally, when the task is executed it is resolved automatically

Posted 3 years ago

Yes, I do - attached is a grab of the base task. I also ran trains.get_task(*params).id to make sure the task id's matched, in case a did something stupid. They did some I'm guessing it has something to do with the way I am implementing the optimization itself, but all my code is boilerplate for my toy example.

Posted 3 years ago

Hi CharmingBeetle38
On the base task, do you see those arguments under the Configuration tab?
Also, if they are under Args section, you should add "Args/" prefix to the HP optimization (this is how you differentiate between the sections)

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