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    Andor Tóth

    11 months ago
    I had a flow that worked flawlessly for a while, and then it began to issue errors like the ones on the image. I have no clue, where to continue debugging. All tasks succeed, but the flow becomes failed because of these messages. Any hints are appreciated. I have already restarted Prefect server and the agent.
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    Kevin Kho
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    Andor Tóth

    11 months ago
    Let me ask one more. I have 2 set of tasks, and I'd like to execute the second set after the first set finished. There's nothing to be passed from the first set to the second, to setup dependence or order. I guessed that set_upstream() should be used, but still the second set starts before the first set finishes. How could I handle that?
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    Kevin Kho
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  • Shaoyi Zhang

    Shaoyi Zhang

    11 months ago
    Hey team - Is this expected behavior? I have the following setup:1. a ECS agent with label “prod” 2. a Kubernetes agent also with label “prod” 3. run_config:
    flow.run_config = ECSRun(labels=['prod'],
            image='xxxxxxxx',
            env={"EXTRA_PIP_PACKAGES": "retry"}
        )
    I was expecting that although the Kubernetes agent has the label “prod”, prefect scheduler should still only route flow runs to the ECS agent. However, looks like that’s not the case. Error:
    Flow run ad4bce7b-29cb-4e42-a8c3-eeb9a75f7999 has a `run_config` of type `ECSRun`, only `KubernetesRun` is supported
    Shaoyi Zhang
    Kevin Kho
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  • Kevin Kho

    Kevin Kho

    11 months ago
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    Abhas P

    11 months ago
    Hey team - I was wondering what are the ways to auto register flows? I am thinking of something related to git hooks(that watch the folder inside the repository where the code for my prefect project sits) to trigger a register script? Are there better ways?
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    Matt Alhonte

    11 months ago
    What's a good way to keep Automations version-controlled? Maybe a Flow that has GraphQL queries to create Automations? And just re-run it every time you add a new one to the file?
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    Kevin Kho
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    Marwan Sarieddine

    11 months ago
    Hey folks, does someone know of a good task they use to copy relatively large files (~100s of MBS) from an sftp server ? Curious to know which python tool you are using
  • Ryan Sattler

    Ryan Sattler

    11 months ago
    Re Orion: is there a plan to announce a detailed roadmap about when features such as logging, mapping, or the task library will be added to Orion? I’m currently helping plan a new workflow system using Prefect that might be used in prod but not for some time yet, and we’re not sure if it would be better to start on Orion or start on 1.0 and migrate later.
    Ryan Sattler
    Anna Geller
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  • Matthias Roels

    Matthias Roels

    11 months ago
    About Orion: last night, I have read through the blog post and the documentation and it absolutely blew my mind. This is exactly what I wanted to have for a personal ML project of mine! One thing was I was confused about was the concept of deployments (see screenshot attached). So does that mean that flows should run on the same infra as the Orion server?
    Matthias Roels
    Jeremiah
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  • Sam Barger

    Sam Barger

    11 months ago
    I'm upgrading from an OG developer legacy plan to standard. Other than losing some flow history (30 days to 14), I shouldn't expect any impact on my existing flows should I? (Sorry having trouble finding any documentation on this)
    Sam Barger
    Kevin Kho
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