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Hey, I'Ve Spin Up A Worker Using Aws Autoscaler In Clearml Self Hosted Server Running On Kubernetes. However, I Can'T Find The Agent On The Workers Page. Any Idea Why It'S Not Showing Up? Full_Log:

Hey, I've spin up a worker using AWS autoscaler in ClearML self hosted server running on Kubernetes. However, I can't find the agent on the workers page. Any idea why it's not showing up?
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Nicely found @<1595587997728772096:profile|MuddyRobin9> !

  
  
Posted 11 months ago

Hey @<1523701205467926528:profile|AgitatedDove14> ,
I'm using aws_autoscaler.py to create new EC2 instances.
Yup, it does the job of spinning up EC2 instances. You can verify it from the logs where it shows the EC2 instance with ID i-0b4ee42a4fafd220d being created.
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Posted 11 months ago

@<1595587997728772096:profile|MuddyRobin9> are you sure it was able to spin the EC2 instance ? which clearml version autoscaler are you running ?

  
  
Posted 11 months ago

solution can be found here: None

  
  
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