• Andrew Lawlor

    Andrew Lawlor

    4 months ago
    i ran a flow of flows process that was supposed to kick off 12,000 flows on GKE. it started 10,000 flows, and then failed with the message
    Pod prefect-job-5e3af599-tl2xs failed. No container statuses found for pod
    where can i look for a more detailed message? any idea what actually caused it to fail? also, of those jobs, all but one passed. the one that failed had the same message (no container statuses found).
    Andrew Lawlor
    Kevin Kho
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  • Artem Vysotsky

    Artem Vysotsky

    4 months ago
    Okay, prefect is officially awesome. I just launched the server locally and realized i didn’t see the whole picture from the docs. Thanks for building such an amazing product.
    Artem Vysotsky
    Kevin Kho
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  • chicago-joe

    chicago-joe

    4 months ago
    Every few days, some of our DockerRun scripts fail with a weird 500 Internal Server Error: ("error while mounting volume '/var/lib/docker/volumes/sraprod67-output/_data': failed to mount local volume: mount but most flow runs are successful, with no mounting issues. Has anyone else experienced this?
    chicago-joe
    Kevin Kho
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  • Bradley Hurley

    Bradley Hurley

    4 months ago
    Hi Prefect Experts - Im looking for a little guidance on using the
    ExecuteNotebook
    Task.
    Bradley Hurley
    Kevin Kho
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  • Andrew Lawlor

    Andrew Lawlor

    4 months ago
    im looking to run a flow on a schedule of every day except for every other monday (on those days i want to run a different flow). what is the best way to do that via a schedule?
    Andrew Lawlor
    Kevin Kho
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  • Matthew Roeschke

    Matthew Roeschke

    4 months ago
    I’m looking to set up an automated way to prune old/test flows in a project. I found the GraphQL endpoint to remove flows, but to determine old flows vs current flows I was thinking to:1. Pipe the output of
    prefect register -p project
    to get the names of the current flows that would have been registered 2. Get the IDs of the flows through the GraphQL API 3. Delete flow IDs that that do not have names from step 1 Is there a more sensible way to get the “current flows” in a project beside the
    prefect register
    trick?
    Matthew Roeschke
    Kevin Kho
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    Matt Alhonte

    4 months ago
    Hrm, looks like the Client is dying shortly after launching the Cluster? It runs a few tasks, then right before mapping a big-ish one, the Client dies (cloudwatch logs just say
    Killed
    ) and the mapping stays in a
    mapped
    state
    m
    Anna Geller
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  • Cole Murray

    Cole Murray

    4 months ago
    Hey Prefect team, Is there appetite for adding a delete to the CLI deployments command for orion? Recently ran into a case where I need to delete some deployments, but didn't find it available via CLI It looks like the change would require two changes: Add Api method for delete_deployemnthttps://github.com/PrefectHQ/prefect/blob/d591e730ee160878eb21755464a234cef1f16b47/src/prefect/client.py#L168 Add Delete command to cli calling above delete_deployment:https://github.com/PrefectHQ/prefect/blob/d591e730ee160878eb21755464a234cef1f16b47/src/prefect/cli/deployment.py
    Cole Murray
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  • Martin T

    Martin T

    4 months ago
    Debugging Prefect Flows with breakpoints. Hello friends. I love coding Python in VSCode, the debugging with breakpoints make me so efficient. But the debugging fun stops with Prefect Flows, when we initialize them from CLI:
    $ prefect run --path myflow.py --log-level INFO --param myparam=val
    Here the development flow becomes rather blackboxed/trial-and-error. Is it possible to somehow set breakpoints in VSCode, start a prefect flow from CLI, and attach the debugger to the python process? (Running with the LocalExecutor)
    Martin T
    Kevin Mullins
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    Jelle Vegter

    4 months ago
    Hi all, I’m trying to set a scheduled dependency between flows so that flow B starts when flow A finishes (after being scheduled by time). I found this: https://docs.prefect.io/core/idioms/flow-to-flow.html but it’s not very clear to me how I can implement it.
    j
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