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Hi There, I Was Wondering If There Are Any Examples Of Initializing Clearml Inside Of A Container And Then Adding The Credentials Later? Or Is It Possible To Initialize Clearml Outside Of Using

Hi there, I was wondering if there are any examples of initializing clearml inside of a container and then adding the credentials later? Or is it possible to initialize clearml outside of using clearml-init ?

  
  
Posted one year ago
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Hi @<1570220838811078656:profile|NonsensicalBat51> , you can simply copy your clearml.conf file into the container, clearml-init simply generates the file.

  
  
Posted one year ago

for reference, I am using argoworkflows to schedule training of yolov5 (using yolov5's docker image) and would like to use yolov5's built-in clearml logger. Inside of the container I have access to the access tokens and secret through my own api, but need to properly initialize clearml before scheduling training.

  
  
Posted one year ago

Thanks! I ended up getting it working by setting environment variables

  
  
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