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Clearml Agent Cant Download Packages With Recent Version Numbers. I'Ve Already Had To Deprecate Many Packages Like Matplotlib. And I'M Still Not Done. Every Time I Deprecate A Package, Theres A New Version Issue With A New Package. Please Help. Am I Missi

clearML agent cant download packages with recent version numbers. I've already had to deprecate many packages like matplotlib. And I'm still not done. every time I deprecate a package, theres a new version issue with a new package. Please help. Am I missing something?

Posted one year ago
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Hi @<1544853688374267904:profile|ResponsiveAnt93> , what do you mean by can't download packages? Usually the agent will try to get the version specified in the 'installed packages' section. If no version is specified it will try to download the latest available.

Is it possible you're running an OS that doesn't support high package versions?

Posted one year ago

  • I first fun the code locally. I succeeded with conda and a venv.
  • I then go to the clearML website and clone that. I make a few changes so the git clone works.
  • From there, it tries to duplicate the environment that it ran with on my local computer.- This is where it fails. here is an example screenshot
Posted one year ago

This is a public package. The point where I am a bit surprised/disappointed is that everything works on my local machine. All the packages are compatible with each other. But when I try to run on the ClearML agent, it complains...

Any advice on how I can work with this?

Posted one year ago

In the installed packages, try removing the version for imageio (Is this a private package?). This looks like the environment (OS/Python version) doesn't support the specific package OR the package is inside a private artifactory

Posted one year ago