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Hi, I Have A Clearml Experiment That Failed To Load Its Scalar Plots After A Few Hours Of Training, When I Look At The Log Locally With Tensorboard It Seems To Work Fine. Any Idea What'S Going On?

Hi, i have a ClearML experiment that failed to load its scalar plots after a few hours of training, when i look at the log locally with Tensorboard it seems to work fine. Any idea what's going on?
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Posted 9 months ago
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this is what it said on the console when i tried to load it
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Posted 9 months ago

i see

  
  
Posted 9 months ago

The easiest thing to do to understand what's going on is to look at you browser's Developer Tools (F12) when trying to load scalars and share the contents of the Network section

  
  
Posted 9 months ago

is there a way to retrieve clearml error logs for situations like this?

  
  
Posted 9 months ago

sorry, not quite sure i understand - i am calling Task.init inside main. my plots loads on clearml correctly for the first few hours or so, but freezes after that

  
  
Posted 9 months ago

I don't think you can connect to a task that was not created using Task.init()

  
  
Posted 9 months ago

this is how task gets created:

def create_clearml_task(
    project_name,
    task_name,
    script,
    args,
    docker_args="",
    docker_image_name="<docker image name>",
    add_task_init_call=True,
    requirements_file=None,
    **kwargs):
    print(
        "Creating task: project_name: {project_name}, task_name: {task_name}, script:{script} and args: \n {args}"
        .format(
            project_name=project_name,
            task_name=task_name,
            script=script,
            args=args,
        ))
    arg_tuples = args_to_tuples(args)
    # Remove the argument to execute on clearML before queueing up otherwise we will just keep calling
    # remote execution recursively without ever doing the work.
    unset_clearml_execute(arg_tuples)
    return Task.create(
        argparse_args=arg_tuples,
        project_name=project_name,
        task_name=task_name,
        script=script,
        add_task_init_call=add_task_init_call,
        repo='git@<repo>.git',
        packages=find_current_packages() if requirements_file is None else None,
        requirements_file=requirements_file,
        docker=docker_image_name,
        commit=get_current_commit(),
        docker_bash_setup_script=bash_setup_string,
        docker_args="-v /home:/home -v /data:/data -v /mnt:/mnt -v /etc/aws:/etc/aws --shm-size 50G"
        + docker_args,
        **kwargs)

===============================================

if args.clearml_taskname is not None and args.clearml_execute is not None:
        args_except_execute = {k: v for k, v in vars(args).items() if k != "clearml_execute"}
        task = create_clearml_task(project_name=project_name,
                                   task_name=args.clearml_taskname,
                                   script="train.py",
                                   args=args_except_execute,
                                   docker_image_name=docker_img,
                                   requirements_file=requirements_file,
                                   add_task_init_call=False)
        task.connect(config_dict)
        Task.enqueue(task, queue_name=args.clearml_execute)
        sys.exit(0)

# inside main:
task = Task.init(project_name, clearml_taskname)
task.connect(config_dict)

i import Task from clearml and I also use PyTorch lightning's TensorboardLogger

  
  
Posted 9 months ago

Can you perhaps share a code example of how you code starts and what it imports?

  
  
Posted 9 months ago

all of the experiments for this particular project behave like this,
the console works fine and im still able to view debug images
Task.init() is called in main of the training script with user-specified project and taskname

  
  
Posted 9 months ago

Hi @<1602473359956774912:profile|VivaciousCoyote85> , is this something new, or does all experiments behave this way? Do you see the console logs? Can you share how your code runs Task.init() ?

  
  
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