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Hi Everyone, Is There Something Like A Clearml Context Manager To Disable Automatic Logging? I Use Torch.Save And Torch.Load To Temporarily Cache Something On Disk. I Delete It Afterwards. I Do Not Want Clearml To Push It To The Clearml-Server As An Artif

Hi everyone,
is there something like a clearml context manager to disable automatic logging? I use torch.save and torch.load to temporarily cache something on disk. I delete it afterwards. I do not want clearml to push it to the clearml-server as an artifact. I am aware I can disable clearml magic for PyTorch, but I rather want to keep it enabled and only disable it for this part of my code. Something like this:

with clearml.no_pytorch_magic():
    torch.save(my_obj, "my_path")
    del my_obj # and call garbage collector
    obj = torch.load("my_path", my_obj)
Posted one month ago
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Hi @<1523701868901961728:profile|ReassuredTiger98>

is there something like a clearml context manager to disable automatic logging?

Sure just do a wildcard with the files you actually want to autolog the rest will be ignored:

task = Task.init(..., auto_connect_frameworks={'pytorch' : '*.pt'}
Posted one month ago

Perfect, thanks a lot!

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