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Hi, I'M Currently Setting Up The Gcp Autoscaler. Everything Works Except The Installation Of The Cuda Drivers. I'M Using This Machine Image

Hi, i'm currently setting up the GCP autoscaler. Everything works except the installation of the cuda drivers. I'm using this machine image projects/ml-images/global/images/c0-deeplearning-common-cu113-v20240319-debian-11-py310 that provides a install script /opt/deeplearning/install-driver.sh . When executed this error occurs:

ERROR: (gcloud.projects.describe) User [XXXX@developer.gserviceaccount.com] does not have permission to access projects instance [XXXX] (or it may not exist): Request had insufficient authentication scopes.
- '@type': type.googleapis.com/google.rpc.ErrorInfo
  domain: googleapis.com
    method: google.cloudresourcemanager.v1.Projects.GetProject
    service: cloudresourcemanager.googleapis.com
If you are in a compute engine VM, it is likely that the specified scopes during VM creation are not enough to run this command.
 for more information about access scopes.
 for how to update access scopes of the VM.

As I understand it a possible solution would be to set the scope None when spinning up the machine. I don't think there's a setting for that. Also I think this thread is related: None
Any ideas?

Posted one month ago
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do you have any idea when it will be available?

Posted one month ago

awesome, thats great to hear!

Posted 21 days ago

Hi @<1691620910768852992:profile|DefiantDeer46> , the up-and-coming version of the GCP autoscaler will allow you to set custom service account scopes - I assume that should solve the issue, right?

Posted one month ago

i think so yes

Posted one month ago

Hi @<1691620910768852992:profile|DefiantDeer46> , sorry for the delayed response. I assume it will be released in the coming week

Posted 21 days ago
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