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Can Anyone Help Me To Explain The Differences Between

Can anyone help me to explain the differences between path_substitution and direct_access . As I understand:

  • direct_access : register data will not be pushed to ClearML server.Dataset.create then upload => Server only save the local path of the file.
    Dataset.get => server will return the local path url
  • path_substitution : is it like symlink from local link to fake clearml_server link. I still don't get the idea how the server and local user interact hereIs my understanding correct? Can anyone help me to clarify this?
Posted 11 months ago
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Hi @<1570583237065969664:profile|AdorableCrocodile14> , I think this is a good answer: None

Posted 11 months ago

@<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55> Is there any way .get_local_copy return direct link of those local files items. Data is duplicated. Those data existed in local storage, but they are still needed to save in cached folder

Posted 10 months ago

can you give me an example of use of direct_access setup 🙇

I have large dataset, would like to register the dataset in ClearML without uploading real dataset. When running a task, I can get the dataset without creating a cache folder

Posted 10 months ago