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Hi All, How Can I Get The Status Of A Component From Another Component In The Clearml Pipeline (End, Pending, Running)? I Want To Run The Triton Server As A "Daemon" Thread Inside The Component And So That Other Pipeline Components Can Access It (Request)

Hi all, How can I get the status of a component from another component in the clearml pipeline (end, pending, running)? I want to run the triton server as a "daemon" thread inside the component and so that other pipeline components can access it (request), as soon as the last component has completed, the triton gets the status (event) and stops. I also thought about clearml-serving (triton) + clearml pipeline (preprocessing, postprocessing and evaluation) but cant find any good example. Thanks

  
  
Posted 8 months ago
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@<1523701435869433856:profile|SmugDolphin23> Hi, want to ask connected question. How can I find out the hostname of the component from other component, because we have tasks running on different machines in aws and for the client sdk we need to understand where to send the inference request. I thought about the config-server, to which the triton sends pipelineID: hostname and the client then receives information from it knowing the pipelineID. But maybe there is a simpler solution? Also think about config file in s3 bucket)

  
  
Posted 7 months ago

Hi @<1603198163143888896:profile|LonelyKangaroo55> ! Each pipeline component runs in a task. So you first need the IDEs of each component you try to query. The you can use Task.get_task None to get the task object, the you can use Task,get_status to get the status None .

To get the ids, you can use something like None or None , which will return a list/dict of Nodes which have a base_task_id property

  
  
Posted 8 months ago

@<1523701435869433856:profile|SmugDolphin23> Thank you

  
  
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