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When I Try To Enqueue An Experiment To A Queue, It Looks Like Trains-Agent Is Recreating A New Virtual Env Everytime. So, This Causes A Problem In Case Trains Missed A Package And Aborts The Run. Even If I Install This Package Manually, It Gets Removed.

When I try to enqueue an experiment to a queue, it looks like trains-agent is recreating a new virtual env everytime. So, this causes a problem in case trains missed a package and aborts the run. Even if I install this package manually, it gets removed. I posted about this missing package in the trains-agent github page

  
  
Posted 3 years ago
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Thanks Martin...Interesting.. I see the entire agent section missing from the conf file. I guess this happened because I first ran "trains init" and made some manual edits. Then I installed trains-agent on the same machine. "trains-agent init" did not update the already existing file

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Hi FriendlyKoala70 you can edit the installed package section and add the missing package. See more details on how trains-agent works here (although it's on conda the same rules apply for pip) https://github.com/allegroai/trains-agent/issues/8

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

True, this is exactly the reason. That said, you can always manually add it. You can see the default values : https://github.com/allegroai/trains-agent/blob/master/docs/trains.conf

  
  
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