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Hello Clearml Community! I Have A Question Regarding Batch Inference Using A Base Docker Image In Clearml. I Have A Docker Image That Is Configured With The Necessary Environment And Code For The Task At Hand. My Goal Is To Generate And Enqueue A Task Uti

Hello ClearML community!
I have a question regarding batch inference using a base Docker image in ClearML. I have a Docker image that is configured with the necessary environment and code for the task at hand. My goal is to generate and enqueue a task utilizing this base image. However, it appears challenging to accomplish this without configuring the SOURCE CODE section (such as a git repository). I would like to avoid inspecting INSTALLED PACKAGES, as it is unnecessary for my prepared Docker container and seems to impede the task's startup speed.
Is there a way to achieve my inference task solely by utilizing the base image?
I appreciate your help in advance!

  
  
Posted 7 months ago
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Hi @<1529633468214939648:profile|CostlyElephant1> , I think this is what you're looking for:
CLEARML_AGENT_SKIP_PIP_VENV_INSTALL
CLEARML_AGENT_SKIP_PYTHON_ENV_INSTALL
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Posted 7 months ago

Thanks for the fast reply! I will look into it.

  
  
Posted 7 months ago

Hi again @<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36>
One further question. Is it possible also to avoid using a git project ? (given that the code could be already present inside the docker container).
hat would be the benefits of setting it in the clearml task config instead? thanks again!

  
  
Posted 7 months ago

I don't think there is such a capability, but please open a GitHub feature request, I think it would be a cool feature!

  
  
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