The subprocess_example.py script demonstrates multiple subprocesses interacting and reporting to a main Task. The following happens in the script:
- This script initializes a main Task and spawns subprocesses, each for an instances of that Task.
- Each Task in a subprocess references the main Task by calling Task.current_task, which always returns the main Task.
- The Task in each subprocess reports the following to the main Task:
- Hyperparameters - Additional, different hyperparameters.
- Console - Text logged to the console as the Task in each subprocess executes.
- When the script runs, it creates an experiment named
Popen examplewhich is associated with the
ClearML automatically logs the command line options defined with
argparse. A parameter dictionary is logged by
connecting it to the Task using a call to the Task.connect method.
Command line options appear in CONFIGURATIONS > HYPER PARAMETERS > Args.
Parameter dictionaries appear in General.
Output to the console, including the text messages from the Task in each subprocess, appear in RESULTS > CONSOLE.