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Hi Community, We'Re Trying To Move From App.Clear.Ml To A Self-Hosted Clearml Instance, And I Was Wondering If Anyone Figured Out A Way To Transfer Tasks From One To The Other. Specifically, I'D Like To Copy All Datasets (Which Internally Are Represente

Hi Community,

We're trying to move from app.clear.ml to a self-hosted clearML instance, and I was wondering if anyone figured out a way to transfer tasks from one to the other.

Specifically, I'd like to copy all datasets (which internally are represented by tasks) to our new instance.

Does anyone know how to do this, perhaps through the python API?

  
  
Posted one month ago
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Hi @<1618418423996354560:profile|JealousMole49> , I think you would need to pull all related to data via the API and then register it again through the API.

  
  
Posted one month ago

You mean re-creating the datasets from scratch? Since I'm using local storage, that would also mean unnecessarily copying data back and fourth only to end up with the same thing on the local disks... Is there really no other way?
I'm very surprised ClearML offers no export / import functionality of any kind...

  
  
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