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Hi, I Have A Train Server Set Up On Some Ip And Accessing The Web Interface Works Great. But How Do I Configure

Hi, I have a train server set up on some IP and accessing the web interface works great.
But how do I configure trains (from pip install trains ) to use my server and not the demo server.
When I import Task and use it as the tutorial suggests it keeps using the demo server.

Posted 3 years ago
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CooperativeSealion8 For future reference, notice there's a configuration reference available at https://allegro.ai/docs/references/trains_ref/

Posted 3 years ago

We can certainly add a trains.conf brief, thanks for the feedback  🙂

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Posted 3 years ago

Hi CooperativeSealion8 ,

trains is configured according to ~/trains.conf file, in this file you should define the app, api and files servers.

You can do it with our great wizard, just type
trains-init in your CLI and follow the instructions,
` ❯ trains-init
TRAINS SDK setup process

Please create new trains credentials through the profile page in your trains web app (e.g. )
In the profile page, press "Create new credentials", then press "Copy to clipboard".

Paste copied configuration here: `
You can also read and view example for such file in https://github.com/allegroai/trains#configuring-your-own-trains-server-

Posted 3 years ago

Thanks! Got a bit lost in documentation

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