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Hello!, Does Anyone Know Why When Running A Task In A Specific Docker Image, There Are Some Python Packages Whose Versions Doesn'T Match? For Example, I Have Installed The Package Ultralytics On 8.1.25 On The Docker Image But It'S On 8.1.11 In The Install

Hello!, Does anyone know why when running a task in a specific docker image, there are some python packages whose versions doesn't match? For example, I have installed the package ultralytics on 8.1.25 on the docker image but it's on 8.1.11 in the installed packages for the task.

Posted 2 months ago
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I fixed it by adding this to the task

Task.add_requirements("ultralytics", "8.1.24")

But I still don't understand why I'm using a docker image if clearml then installs different versions

Posted 2 months ago

Hi @<1676762887223250944:profile|FancyKangaroo34> , it would be possible for example if the docker image has a different python version from what you ran on previously

Posted 2 months ago

Sorry, I don't understand your message

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