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Hi, I Am Running Clearml Agent Using Sdk. When I Run A Remote Job On This Clearml Agent, The Venv Setup Is Totally Based On My Requirements.Txt Instead Of Adding On To What The Image Has Before. Why?

Hi, I am running clearml agent using SDK. When I run a remote job on this clearml agent, the venv setup is totally based on my requirements.txt instead of adding on to what the image has before. Why?

  
  
Posted 10 months ago
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Hi @<1523701304709353472:profile|OddShrimp85>

the venv setup is totally based on my requirements.txt instead of adding on to what the image has before. Why?

Are you using the agent in docker mode ? if this is the case it creates a venv inside the docker, inheriting from the preinstalled docker system packages,

  
  
Posted 10 months ago

SdK meaning I run the agent using clearml-agent daemon ....
Alternatively I understand I can also run the agent using docker run allegroai/clearml-agent:latest. But I cannot figure out how to add --restart, --queue, -- gpus flag to the container

  
  
Posted 10 months ago

Alternatively I understand I can also run the agent using...

No you should not if you are running the agent inside a container it cannot work in docker mode and spin its own containers
Bottom line use clearml-agent daemon

  
  
Posted 10 months ago

By the way, how can I start up the clearml agent using the clearml-agent image instead of SDK? Do u have an example of the docker run command that includes the queue, gpus etc?

  
  
Posted 10 months ago

how can I start up the clearml agent using the clearml-agent image instead of SDK?

Not sure I follow, what do you mean instead of the SDK? and what is the "clearml-agent image" ?

  
  
Posted 10 months ago

Thanks I just realised I didn't add --docker

  
  
Posted 10 months ago

I was browsing clearml agent gihub and saw this. Isn't this for spinning up clearml-agent in a docker and perform like a daemon?
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Posted 10 months ago

Are you running inside a kubernetes cluster ?

  
  
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