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Is It Possible To Locally Run A Training Task Using An Older Version Of Python (E.G., 3.6) But Execute That Task On A Docker Container Remotely With A Newer Python Version (E.G., 3.10), Without The Agent Attempting To Enforce Python 3.6 On The Docker?

Is it possible to locally run a training task using an older version of Python (e.g., 3.6) but execute that task on a Docker container remotely with a newer Python version (e.g., 3.10), without the agent attempting to enforce Python 3.6 on the Docker?

  
  
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Posted 11 months ago

Hi, yes it is possible. You can specify the python binary you want to run in clearml.conf

  
  
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