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Hello, Everyone. I Have A Model, And In

Hello, everyone. I have a model, and in preprocess.py , I have included some print statements. I'm curious to know if it's possible to view these print outputs directly( I want exactly those that can be observable from ClearML Web UI inference console but not from the webUI, I want to see these logs locally), specifically within the containers where the inferencing occurs. If yes, could you please guide me on how to achieve this? If not, could you provide some insights on how to address this issue? Thank you in advance.

  
  
Posted one month ago
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Hi @<1657918706052763648:profile|SillyRobin38>

I have included some print statements

you should see those under the Task of the inference instance.
You can also do:

import clearml
...
def preprocess(...):
  clearml.Logger.current_logger().report_text(...)
  clearml.Logger.current_logger().report_scalar(...)

, specifically within the containers where the inferencing occurs.

it might be that fastapi is capturing the prints...
None

  
  
Posted one month ago

Thanks for the prompt response

  
  
Posted one month ago