Hey everyone :slightly_smiling_face: I have a que...
# ask-the-community
f
Hey everyone ­čÖé I have a question about the
pyflyte run --max-parallelism
option of executions. Even when setting it to 1, I see multiple pods scheduled at the same time while I would have expected only a single one. Am I misunderstanding this option? Is the same for you as well?
d
What version of Flyte are you running? I know there was a lingering issue where max-parallelism was not correctly tracked on multiple node evaluations within the same propeller round.
You are entirely correct though, we expect only one Pod.
f
<http://cr.flyte.org/flyteorg/flytepropeller-release:v1.10.0|cr.flyte.org/flyteorg/flytepropeller-release:v1.10.0>
We are using a very recent one ­čĄö
d
­čśů interesting. I'll take a look here in a bit.
alright, so IIUC we're cutting a new release today or tomorrow that will include this fix. i just tested again and in 1.11
max-parallelism
configuration with be respected correctly.
f
Oh wow awesome!
Looking forward to test ­čÖé
Ran this in our staging cluster, can confirm it works ­čÖé