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Hi, I Noticed That When I Commit Changes And Not Push Them And Try To Run A Job I Am Getting

Hi, I noticed that when I commit changes and not push them and try to run a job I am getting clearml_agent: ERROR: Failed cloning repository. and advice to Make sure you pushed the requested commit , I am just wondering - shouldn't the job still work if I didn't push the commit yet since anyway the task collects the changes both from the remote repository as well as from the current file (also when the changes are not even commited as uncommited changes)? Why would the both uncommited changes and pushed changes be ok, but not the ones which are commited but not pushed?

  
  
Posted 11 months ago
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I see, thanks for explaining

  
  
Posted 11 months ago

Hi @<1566596960691949568:profile|UpsetWalrus59>

just wondering - shouldn't the job still work if I didn't push the commit yet

How would that work? it does not know which commit to take? it would also fail on git diff apply, no?

  
  
Posted 11 months ago

if you commit but do not push, the metadata tells clearml that it needs to pull a non-existant commit. any changes you made on top may be saved as a diff, but they'd fail to apply.

for clearml to work on un-pushed commits, it'd have to wait for a push to register a new diff target, which can become a problem (what if you have multiple remotes? which one will it wait for?) so rather, it assumes it can access the most recent commit from your remote repo, and records this as the "base" upon which to apply any unstaged diffs.

  
  
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