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Hey Clearml-Community, I Have A Doubt Around The Default Upload Destination When Defining A Clearml Project & When Defining The Upload Destination For A Model Object When Doing Things Programmatically. I Am Trying To Use The Clearml File Server'S Endpoi

Hey ClearML-community,

I have a doubt around the Default upload destination when defining a ClearML project & when defining the upload destination for a model object when doing things programmatically.

I am trying to use the ClearML file server's endpoint as the upload destination for my model. output_best_model.set_upload_destination("<self-hosted-clearml-file-server>")

However, when I am trying to specify the same fileserver URL while creating a new project, I get an error. I don't understand the difference between the two. Why is it throwing an error?

Posted one year ago
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Thanks @<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36> happy to contribute to the community even if it is bug reports 🙂

Posted one year ago

@<1523701132025663488:profile|SlimyElephant79> , it looks like you are right. I think it might be a bug. Could you open a GitHub issue to follow up on this?
As a workaround programmatically you can set Task.init(output_uri=True) , this will make the experiment outputs all to be uploaded to whatever is defined as the files_server in clearml.conf .

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