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Hi Community, Using Clearml And Loving It So Far! I Had A Question Around The Models That Clearml Automatically Picks Up From The Frameworks And Saves Them. Is There A Way That I Can Control Which Models Actually Get Saved Though? I Would Like To Save Onl

Hi Community, using ClearML and loving it so far! I had a question around the Models that ClearML automatically picks up from the frameworks and saves them. Is there a way that I can control which models actually get saved though? I would like to save only the last & best checkpoints and not all of them if possible. Checking the documentation for Model, InputModel, and OutputModel, I couldn't see any control that would let me do that. Any suggestions here?

Saving things for archaelogy is important, but I think I would also end up bloating the system.

  
  
Posted one year ago
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Hi @<1523701132025663488:profile|SlimyElephant79>

I would like to save only the last & best checkpoints and not all of them if possible.

Basically it will mimic the local file system, so if you overwrite the local files it will overwrite the remote model.
You can also disable auto logging, and manually upload the models
In Task.init pass auto_connect_frameworks False for the specific framework
see:
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then use task.update_output_model or OutputModel class
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Posted one year ago

@<1523701205467926528:profile|AgitatedDove14> this worked and gave me what I exactly needed. Thanks.

  
  
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