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Hi All! I Am Solving The Following Issue -> File1.Py

Hi all!
I am solving the following issue -> file1.py
task = Task.create(
script= 'XXX/task2.py',
-> there is task.init and some more code (this code is never executed). The main problem is that my agent is running in --docker mode and if run the task in "draft" mode from clearml-dashboard it has problem with git credentials. However, if i run task2.py by itself (it runs succcessfuly and also its clone). Anyone with similar problem ?

Posted one year ago
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Hi @<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36> , the worker cloned the repo correctly, however in the nested scipt if you use task.init it wont work / wont overwrite anything.

Posted one year ago

To describe the use-case. Lets say we have someapp which can export specific training script. I would like to create this as a specific "draft" task and later execute it.

Posted one year ago

Hi @<1523701181375844352:profile|ExasperatedCrocodile76> , and now the worker clones the repo correctly?

Posted one year ago

Probably i figured out everything. For me it is better to work with https and token (for git).

Posted one year ago

Insight 2 <- repository is cloned correctly but the uncomitted changes are not.

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