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Seems Like Clearml Tasks In Offline Mode Cannot Be Properly Closed, We Get

Seems like ClearML tasks in offline mode cannot be properly closed, we get ValueError: Unsupported keyword arguments: publish when calling task.close() .
This stems from self.mark_completed() , which attempts to communicate with the backend I assume (even though there is none, since it’s offline mode?)
In turn, this simply does not reach the code where it sets the __main_task to None .

I get e.g.

ClearML Task: Offline session stored in /Users/idan/.clearml/cache/offline/offline-4e2ad0100d114e7ba95cc0a6dcf48f76.zip
Retrying, previous request failed <class 'clearml.backend_api.services.v2_9.projects.GetAllRequest'>: 'Session' object has no attribute '_Session__access_key'

Notice that the API version is set to v2_9 because there is no backend (offline execution) πŸ˜•

Posted one year ago
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That is a clear bug to me. Can you please open a GH issue?

Posted one year ago

Also, do you need to close the task? It will close automatically when the program exits

Posted one year ago

Hi @<1523701083040387072:profile|UnevenDolphin73> , looping in @<1523701435869433856:profile|SmugDolphin23> & @<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55> for visibility πŸ™‚

Posted one year ago

I opened a GH issue shortly after posting here. @<1523701312477204480:profile|FrothyDog40> replied (hoping I tagged the right person).

We need to close the task. This is part of our unittests for a framework built on top of ClearML, so every test creates and closes a task.

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