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Hey Folks, When Trying To Use The Git User & Password For My Clearml-Agent, I Received An Error Message Saying That Support For Cloning Using The User Password Is No Longer Supported. So, When I Changed The Clearml.Conf At ~/Clearml.Conf, I See That The A

Hey folks, when trying to use the git user & password for my clearml-agent, I received an error message saying that support for cloning using the user password is no longer supported. So, when I changed the clearml.conf at ~/clearml.conf, I see that the agents already registered were not pulling the configuration from here even after the task was enqueued after the change in conf. How do I reset the configuration of the agents?

Weirdly, the clearml-agent config command gives me the new configuration, but the logs from the clearml-agent are still using the old config. A little help needed here. 🙂

  
  
Posted one year ago
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For the people who are going to visit this thread later, what I found works is basically providing all the defining parameters of the clearml worker and then passing the arg --stop in the command.
Ex: sudo clearml-agent daemon --detached --queue gpu_default gpu_priority --gpus 0 --docker --stop
What didn't work for me: sudo clearml-agent daemon --stop <worker-id>

  
  
Posted one year ago

@<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55> What would be the recommended command to delete/unregister an agent? None of the CLI commands seemed relevant to this operation other than the clearml-agent daemon --stop command that seems to only be stopping running instances of the agent and not unregistering it.

  
  
Posted one year ago

@<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55> I have also tried using the API reference listed None to unregister a worker. However, it goes unregistered for a few seconds and comes back up on the UI. The Post request returns with a 200 response and says that the job is done.
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Posted one year ago

Hey @<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55> that was actually my first approach. I used the command clearml-agent daemon --stop <worker-id>
However, this is what I saw:
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Posted one year ago

SlimyElephant79 when you change the clearml.conf file used by an agent, you'll need to stop the agent and run it again

  
  
Posted one year ago