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On The Clearml Web Interface You Obviously Need To Provide The Aws Credentials To Do Things Like Download Artifacts And Data Stored On Aws. One Thing I'M Curious About Is If You Do Provide The Credentials, When You Do Things Like Delete A Dataset Or Task,

On the ClearML web interface you obviously need to provide the AWS credentials to do things like download artifacts and data stored on AWS. One thing I'm curious about is if you do provide the credentials, when you do things like delete a dataset or task, will ClearML remove the corresponding folders and files on S3?

Posted 7 months ago
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Hmm so the SaaS service ? and when you delete (not archive) a Task it does not ask for S3 credentials when you select delete artifacts ?

Posted 7 months ago

I'm not self-hosting the server.

Posted 7 months ago

What's the clearml-server version ?

Posted 7 months ago

So far when I delete a task or dataset using the web interface that has artifacts on S3 it doesn't prompt me for credentials.

Posted 7 months ago

Hi @<1545216070686609408:profile|EnthusiasticCow4>

will ClearML remove the corresponding folders and files on S3?

Yes and it will ask you for credentials as well. I think there is a way to configure it so that the backend has access to it (somehow) but this breaks the "federated" approach

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