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Hey Folks, We Are Trying To Utilize Clearml In Conjunction With Aws S3 With S3 Acting As The Storage Backend. It Currently Looks Like The Clearml Servers Are Not Leveraging The Native Functionality Of Versioning Available In S3 And Instead Using The Folde

Hey folks, we are trying to utilize ClearML in conjunction with AWS S3 with S3 acting as the storage backend. It currently looks like the ClearML servers are not leveraging the native functionality of versioning available in S3 and instead using the folder structure with IDs to identify dataset version. I don't think I was able to find anything in the documentation with respect to enabling the versioning flag on S3 for this. Can someone confirm if this is the expected behaviour?

  
  
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Hi @<1523701132025663488:profile|SlimyElephant79> , yes, currently ClearML uses the object storage's folder/key structure for that

  
  
Posted 7 months ago

Thanks @<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55>

  
  
Posted 7 months ago

I'm curious about this too..

  
  
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