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Hello There! I Was Trying To Update The Url For Debug Samples After Migration Of The Server To A New Domain And Was Following The Steps From Here:

Hello there! I was trying to update the url for debug samples after migration of the server to a new domain and was following the steps from here: https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/faq#debug-images-andor-artifacts-are-not-loading-in-the-u[…]-clearml-server-to-a-new-address-how-do-i-fix-this---- . But the provided command is missing the url target for the curl so it is not complete. Am I right that the correct approach would to reconfigure the server to open ES port first and then direct the request to None ?

  
  
Posted 13 days ago
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Hi @<1684010629741940736:profile|NonsensicalSparrow35>

But the provided command is missing the url target for the curl so it is not complete.

Not sure I followed. did you specify "NEW_ADDRESS" ?
or is it the in both cases the URL is locahost ?

  
  
Posted 13 days ago

Yes, I specified both "NEW_ADDRESS" and "OLD_ADRESS", but what I am talking about is that command is missing a <url> . If you check the command there is --header , --request and --data arguments but no <url> , so it returns curl: (2) no URL specified

  
  
Posted 12 days ago

@<1523701205467926528:profile|AgitatedDove14> Am I right that the command from the link above is missing None in the end? And if so, the 9200 port should be opened first, right?

  
  
Posted 12 days ago

Tried what I described above and got

{"error":"Incorrect HTTP method for uri [/] and method [POST], allowed: [GET, DELETE, PUT, HEAD]"
  
  
Posted 12 days ago

Hi @<1684010629741940736:profile|NonsensicalSparrow35>
So sorry I missed this thread 🙏
Basically your issue is the load balancer that prevents the post command, you can change that, just add to any clearml.conf the following line:

api.http.default_method: "put"
  
  
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