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Hi All! Does Anyone Know A Solution To My Issue With Deploying Models Saved On Azure On The Clearml-Serving Docker Container?

Hi all! Does anyone know a solution to my issue with deploying models saved on azure on the clearml-serving docker container?

  
  
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Hi all! Does anyone know a solution to my issue with deploying models saved on azure on the clearml-serving docker container?

Hi NuttyCamel41
The easiest is to map the clearml.conf to both the serving and triton containers in your docker-compose.yaml (or k8s secrets) and make sure the conf file has the credentials to access the azure blob. wdyt ?

  
  
Posted one year ago

how specifically I map my clearml.conf to the containers?

You add:

    volumes:
      - $HOME/clearml.conf:/root/clearml.conf

to here:
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and here:
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Posted one year ago

Hi @<1523701205467926528:profile|AgitatedDove14> , thanks for your answer! Can you tell me, how specifically I map my clearml.conf to the containers? By the way, the credentials are already set (and working) in the clearml.conf.

  
  
Posted one year ago

FYI: I just posted an issue on github None

  
  
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