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Hi All - I Recently Started Using Hydra For Managing My Configurations And After The Switch Away From Argparse I Am No Longer Getting Gpu Stats Monitored As Scalars. Not Sure If There Is Any Connection, But My Colleague That Still Uses Argparse Still Gets

Hi all -
I recently started using hydra for managing my configurations and after the switch away from argparse I am no longer getting gpu stats monitored as scalars. Not sure if there is any connection, but my colleague that still uses argparse still gets gpu stats for his runs. Any idea how I get the gpu monitoring back?

  
  
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Hi @<1655744373268156416:profile|StickyShrimp60> , I think it would be good to open a GitHub issue if there isn't one 🙂

  
  
Posted one month ago

@<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36> there was in fact a difference in versions, good suggestion. I was using clearml v1.14.4 and my colleague is on 1.14.1. Downgrading the package to 1.14.1 fixes this for me. Should I open an issue or is this somehow expected behaviour or an already known bug? (I was not able to find a related issues in github?)

  
  
Posted one month ago

Hi @<1655744373268156416:profile|StickyShrimp60> , is it possible you're using different ClearML SDK versions?

  
  
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