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Hey Guys! We Run Tasks Using Docker Mode Environment. The Docker Image We'Re Using Has Already All The Packages Installed On The System, But I Notice That Every-Time We Run A Task, It Tries To Install The Environment Packages Over Again. Is There A Way To

Hey Guys!
we run tasks using docker mode environment. the docker image we're using has already all the packages installed on the system, but i notice that every-time we run a task, it tries to install the environment packages over again. is there a way to stop this behaviour? and only run the task using the remote python environment?

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Hi @<1544853695869489152:profile|NonchalantOx99> , I think this is the environment variable you're looking for - CLEARML_AGENT_FORCE_SYSTEM_SITE_PACKAGES
You can also use agent.package_manager.system_site_packages: true in your clearml.conf

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