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Hi, I Just Started Using Clearml And I Really Enjoy It - It Seems Much Easier Than Other Similar Tools. I Got Today A Bit Mysterious Message When Running Experiment: "2023-05-08 15:07:40,206 - Clearml.Frameworks - Info - Found Existing Registered Model Id

Hi, I just started using ClearML and I really enjoy it - it seems much easier than other similar tools. I got today a bit mysterious message when running experiment: "2023-05-08 15:07:40,206 - clearml.frameworks - INFO - Found existing registered model id=77f1e19fac7449fcae41ca2847f00a11 [~/ml_training/params/model_params.pt] reusing it."
What it means?

  
  
Posted one year ago
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Hi @<1566596960691949568:profile|UpsetWalrus59> , I think this basically means you have an existing model and it's using it as the starting point.

  
  
Posted one year ago

@<1566596960691949568:profile|UpsetWalrus59> the hyperparameters will be the ones associated with the experiment. The input model you specified has a path to the actual weights file - this message basically means the same weights file is already registered in a model object and thus a new model object will not be created, and the existing one will be used as an input model

  
  
Posted one year ago

yes, i can see the hyperparams are reflecting correctly, but I mean it shouldn't start from previous model checkpoint if it is different run with different hyperparams

  
  
Posted one year ago

Hyperparameters are connected to the experiment so your config will be right 🙂

  
  
Posted one year ago

hyperparams are only for the task, not the model

  
  
Posted one year ago

i see, thanks for the explanation, so basically it is initializing the weights to the weights which are saved instead of to the random ones, if i understand correctly? So in this case to prevent this behavior and start from random weights I should just change the name of output file with weights, right?

  
  
Posted one year ago

hm, but why it happens if my new model has different hyperparameters and is separate experiment with separate name? how to avoid this behavior?

  
  
Posted one year ago
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