directory reached a size of 428G.
, but does not exit. However it’s also does not seem to reestablish the connection once the server becomes available again. Is there some way to either1. have the agent retry connecting some time after encountering a connection error, or 2. exit after a connection error so ECS can detect that and restart it? The way it looks now I have to manually restart the agent in this situation, which I don’t think is ideal… Am I missing something? Thanks in advance!
function to modify the names of
for our purposes which is then added to the root Prefect logger. This function call occurs in a Task class I created which is set as an
When this is run locally, all log records have the corrected attribute names. When run in Cloud, only the task run to initialize the log handler enforces the changes. Given that all tasks should inherent from the root logger, why are the changes not being implemented across the tasks/flow? Further info: we are using KubernetesRun with Docker flow storage. Also the changes hold when the implementation is run locally.
../..> prefect storage Usage: prefect storage [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... Commands for managing storage settings. Options: --help Show this message and exit. Commands: create Create a new storage configuration. ls View configured storage options. reset-default Reset the default storage option. set-default Change the default storage option.