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Hey Folks, Looking To Setup Clearml-Agent On Some Target Linux Servers. I’D Like The Clearml-Agent Daemon To Start Automatically When The Server Starts. Is There A Best Practice For Doing This? Thanks!

Hey Folks, looking to setup clearml-agent on some target linux servers. I’d like the clearml-agent daemon to start automatically when the server starts. Is there a best practice for doing this? Thanks!

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Hi @<1697419077955358720:profile|HappyAnt94> , I think your best bet is either an automated script on startup (simple), or an agent running in a docker container (and let the docker service start it automatically on server restart)

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