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  • Yee

    Yee

    4 months ago
    @Han apologies for the delay, but i owe you the sample commands for specifying multiple images
    Yee
    Samhita Alla
    +1
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  • Robert Everson

    Robert Everson

    4 months ago
    I see above that
    flyte-cli parse-proto
    would work to print out the raw values of a proto, is there a way to get the proto from the flyte metastore directly? I’m trying to add an architecture feature to flytekit, and flyteidl and flyteadmin have both been updated, but the value isn’t making it from my register step all the way to the pod runtime, so I’m trying to debug where the breakdown is happening. I’ve copied the closure field from the tasks table, but the proto parsing isn’t outputting any information for me.
    Robert Everson
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  • Sonja Ericsson

    Sonja Ericsson

    4 months ago
    Hi! 👋 We are passing the environment variable
    FLYTE_SDK_WORKFLOW_PACKAGES
    to
    pyflyte workflows serialize
    . Looks like that functionality was removed in this PR. Was this intended?
    Sonja Ericsson
    Ketan (kumare3)
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  • Greg Gydush

    Greg Gydush

    4 months ago
    Added a ticket requesting ability to await first task execution success before exiting pyflyte! Thanks for the great demo today!
  • Greg Gydush

    Greg Gydush

    4 months ago
    Anyone using latest
    mypy
    and have this issue with
    NamedTuple
    (for named outputs). The example in the docs (shown below) fails mypy 0.910 Code from Flyte docs:
    import typing
    
    from flytekit import task
    
    hello_output = typing.NamedTuple("OP", greet=str)
    
    
    @task
    def say_hello() -> hello_output:
        return hello_output("hello world")
    Error:
    mint/workflows/tmp.py:5:16: error: Unexpected arguments to namedtuple()  [misc]
        hello_output = typing.NamedTuple("OP", greet=str)
                       ^
    mint/workflows/tmp.py: note: In function "say_hello":
    mint/workflows/tmp.py:10:12: error: Too many arguments for "hello_output"  [call-arg]
            return hello_output("hello world")
                   ^
    Greg Gydush
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