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Hey Guys, I Didn'T See Any Record Of It In The Documentation And I Am Wondering What The Following Attributes In The

hey guys, i didn't see any record of it in the documentation and i am wondering what the following attributes in the clearml.conf are responsible of:

  • conda_full_env_update
  • conda_env_as_base_docker
  
  
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Hi @<1544853695869489152:profile|NonchalantOx99> , the conda_full_env_update indicated whether to log the full conda env after installing all requirements (this applies to subsequent runs of experiments cloned from this experiment). This is not recommended and thus turned off by default.
The conda_env_as_base_docker option is used to restore a previously built conda env from a file or folder - also a pretty rare thing we would suggest to avoid if possible.

  
  
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