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Clearml Doesn'T Pick Up Model Checkpoints Automatically. Any Idea What Might Be Wrong? (Code Attached In The Thread). Thanks

ClearML doesn't pick up model checkpoints automatically. Any idea what might be wrong? (code attached in the thread). Thanks

Posted 27 days ago
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    model_checkpoint = ModelCheckpoint(

    # Save the model after every epoch of val_evaluator is completed
        Events.COMPLETED, model_checkpoint, {"model": model}
Posted 27 days ago

@<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55> kind reminder not to miss this when you catch time, thanks!

Posted 19 days ago

Hi @<1631102016807768064:profile|ZanySealion18>

ClearML doesn't pick up model checkpoints automatically.

What's the framework you are using?


if you want to specify Just your requirements.txt, do not use add_requirements use:


(add requirements with a filename does the same thing, but this is more readable)

Posted 12 days ago

Oh, I misunderstood then docs/examples, sorry. I'm using pytorch-ignite.

Thanks for the tip!

Posted 12 days ago


task = Task.init(project_name="My project", task_name="My task")
Posted 26 days ago

Which version? is this reproducible in this example?
(can you try with the latest clearml version 1.13.2?)

Posted 12 days ago

Hi @<1631102016807768064:profile|ZanySealion18> , can you provide more info on what framework you're using, which ClearML SDK version and how you're initializing the ClearML task?

Posted 27 days ago

Kind ping on this thread, thanks! 🙂

Posted 23 days ago

No worries, sorry for pinging, was just making sure you (or anyone else who might help) doesn't miss it 🙂
I use Task.add_requirements("requirements.txt") right before the Task.init.
In main, I parse arguments command-line, add_requirements, initialize Task and call execute_remotely. After that it's all pretty much the usual workflow. Initialize the model, setup dataloaders, optimizer and run the training. I'm using pytorch-ignite and have model checkpoint made on validation evaluator COMPLETED event.

Posted 22 days ago

@<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55> Kind reminder again, thanks and sorry!

Posted 16 days ago

Sorry for the delay 🙏 - how do you import your packages and where do you initialize ClearML relative to the rest of the code?

Posted 23 days ago
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