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    David Jin

    2 years ago
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    fabian wolfmann

    2 years ago
    Hi everyone great tool! Im working in a time series forecasting tool using prefect underneath
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    Dylan
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    Michael Reeves

    2 years ago
    @Marvin woot woot, contest 😄
  • Marvin

    Marvin

    2 years ago
    I’d give you advice, but you wouldn’t listen. No one ever does. Good luck in the contest @Michael Reeves.
  • Ju Lee

    Ju Lee

    2 years ago
    hey everyone i have a quick question, does the "Why not airflow" article still stand with airflow 2.0?
    Ju Lee
    Chris White
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    Charles Leung

    2 years ago
    Hi everyone - is there a way to parameterize a shell task?
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    Gabriel Montañola
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    Mitchell Bregman

    2 years ago
    @Marvin I need some Prefect swag, big time
  • Marvin

    Marvin

    2 years ago
    Don’t pretend you want to talk to me, I know you hate me. I'll still enter you in the contest, @Mitchell Bregman.
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    Chris Goddard

    2 years ago
    Hey folks - question for you. I'm using prefect cloud to orchestrate my flow runs and running everything within a docker container on GCP. In addition to my more sophisticated flows that I schedule and run using Prefect Cloud, I have some simple flows that run on very frequent increments (every 1-5 minutes). because they're simple and don't really require the monitoring/overhead of prefect cloud and because I didn't want to be always using up a flow slot for them, I just have them running directly as scripts (i.e. calling
    flow.run()
    ). The problem is, after a period of time, I start getting a persistent error -
    prefect.utilities.exceptions.ClientError: Malformed response received from Cloud - please ensure that you have an API token properly configured
    . I'm a little confused because I though if you were just calling
    flow.run()
    I wouldn't be interacting with the cloud API at all but clearly because it's in the same environment it's detecting the connection but then perhaps a token is becoming invalid or something? Any ideas?
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    Dylan
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    kevin

    2 years ago
    Hey guys, when a task fails on prefect cloud, is there anywhere I can look at the full stack trace?
    kevin
    Dylan
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