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Hello, I’M Using The Free Self-Hosted Version Of Clearml On Our K8S Cluster ( The Latest Chart Version). I’M Trying To Deploy And Undeploy The Server Several Times But Each Time It Keeps Deleting The Data Associated With The Experiments (It Keeps Deleting

Hello, i’m using the free self-hosted version of ClearML on our k8s cluster ( the latest chart version). I’m trying to deploy and undeploy the server several times but each time it keeps deleting the data associated with the experiments (it keeps deleting the PVC associated to mongodb and the file server). How ho I solve this problem?
Should i assign a static pvc to the fileserver? I understood that clearml stores experiments data on mongodb.

  
  
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Hi there! There are several services who need persistent storage, check here for an overview diagram.

If I'm not mistaken, there's the fileserver, elastic, mongo and redis. All info is scattered over these (e.g. model files on fileserver, logs on elastic) so there is no one server holding everything.

I'm not a k8s expert, but I think that even a dynamic PVC should not delete itself. Just to be sure though, you can indeed check by making several PVCs and each assigning them to the right service using the chart values .

Hope that helps!

  
  
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