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Hi All! I Am In The Process Of Setting Up Clearml-Serving On My Kubernetes Cluster Using The Provided Helm Charts. Currently I Am Stuck With Running The Control Task. When I Call

Hi all! I am in the process of setting up clearml-serving on my kubernetes cluster using the provided helm charts. Currently I am stuck with running the control task. When I call clearml-serving create --name "model serving" in my connected clearml installation a matching draft is shown on the webapp. After enqueing it, the process runs into the following error:

clearml_agent: ERROR: Can not run task without repository or literal script in `script.diff`

Tbh I have no clue what this error is supposed to tell me. :D I would be grateful for any advice.

  
  
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Hi @<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36> , I just have solved the issue! :) After calling clearml-serving create --name "model serving" the printed task id has to be filled in the values.yaml of the clearml-serving helm chart under clearml.servingTaskId. After installing the helm chart, the draft of the service task is started automatically so there is no need to manually enqueue it.
Would it be possible to add this info to the docs? Maybe a small hint on this page None ?

  
  
Posted one month ago

Hi @<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36> , of course! Here it is (with blurred urls, paths and account names)

  
  
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Hi @<1526371965655322624:profile|NuttyCamel41> , can you add the full log?

  
  
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