• harsh patel

    harsh patel

    8 months ago
    Can we also easily create integrations with external apps as easily as prefect on Flyte too?
    harsh patel
    Ketan (kumare3)
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  • Sandra Youssef

    Sandra Youssef

    7 months ago
    Hey everyone, Join our OSS Sync Up guests @Stephen and @Tim Bauer tomorrow 1/25 at 8:30am PT, who will share their experience of how Wolt deploys Flyte, in "End-To-End ML With Flyte". Also featured is our 2nd FlyteConsole UX/UI Townhall with @Jason Porter. Zoom Link and Calendar Invite See you there!
    Sandra Youssef
    Zach Palchick
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  • Quinn Romanek

    Quinn Romanek

    7 months ago
    Do I need to run
    flytectl register files
    first?
    Quinn Romanek
    Ketan (kumare3)
    +2
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  • Nicholas LoFaso

    Nicholas LoFaso

    7 months ago
    Hi I would like to set an environment variable for every Pod that gets scheduled to k8s. What is the preferred way to do this? Specifically I’m trying to set the following for datadog metrics
    env:
        - name: DD_AGENT_HOST
          valueFrom:
              fieldRef:
                  fieldPath: status.hostIP
    Nicholas LoFaso
    Yee
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  • Zach Palchick

    Zach Palchick

    7 months ago
    is there documentation on how to use container tasks beyond https://docs.flyte.org/projects/cookbook/en/latest/auto/core/containerization/raw_container.html . I'm trying with the sandbox env but not having luck. I've heard that it depends on the SYS_PTRACE capability, which may depend on one's K8s setup
    Zach Palchick
    Eduardo Apolinario (eapolinario)
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  • JP Kosymna

    JP Kosymna

    7 months ago
    Hey all. I'm having trouble using a ShellTask with secrets. In the following task I would expect an environment variable possibly named
    AWS-ACCESS-KEY_AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
    to exist but it doesn't. What am I doing wrong here?
    task_with_secrets = ShellTask(
        debug=True,
        name="task_with_secrets",
        script='''
        set -ex
        env > out_env
        ''',
        inputs=kwtypes(source=str),
        output_locs=[
            OutputLocation(var="x", var_type=FlyteFile, location="out_env")
        ],
        secret_requests=[
            Secret(
                group='aws-access-key',
                key='AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID',
                mount_requirement=Secret.MountType.ENV_VAR
            ),
            Secret(
                group='aws-access-key',
                key='AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY',
                mount_requirement=Secret.MountType.ENV_VAR
            ),
        ]
    )
    JP Kosymna
    Ketan (kumare3)
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  • Sandra Youssef

    Sandra Youssef

    7 months ago
    Deploying Flyte just got a whole lot easier - thanks to @Nitin Aggarwal's team at Run[X] developing Opta's IaC framework.https://blog.flyte.org/how-opta-makes-deploying-flyte-much-easier
    Sandra Youssef
    a
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  • Sonja Ericsson

    Sonja Ericsson

    7 months ago
    Hi! We are comparing how often a workflow succeeds and gets accepted, i.e.,
    flyte:propeller:all:workflow:success_duration_ms_count
      vs 
    flyte:propeller:all:workflow:accepted
    and get some unexpected numbers. Successes is equal to 4345 for the last 30 days which is bigger than the number of accepted which is 4322. There are 0 failures also. Should they not be the same? Is there a better metric to use to be able to compare these numbers? I don’t find
    flyte:propeller:all:workflow:success
    for example
    Sonja Ericsson
    Dan Rammer (hamersaw)
    +1
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  • Nicholas LoFaso

    Nicholas LoFaso

    7 months ago
    Hi on my GCP Flyte deployment Flyte deletes dynamic tasks from k8s as soon as they complete whether they pass or fail. Regular python tasks are deleted after the GC Interval which is 30h on our cluster. This makes it very hard to debug dynamic tasks if something goes wrong because the pod is no longer in k8s. Is this something that I can stop Flyte from doing via a config option?
    Nicholas LoFaso
    Yee
    +1
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