• David George

    David George

    1 week ago
    I have 7 ghost tasks that are running but with no flows, I can’t stop them and new flow runs are stuck due to us having task concurrency limits. Any ideas how I can go about stopping these task runs. (Prefect 1)
    David George
    Darin Douglass
    +1
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    Vaikath Job

    1 week ago
    Is there a way to see what agents are polling a prefect queue for flow runs?
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  • Jenny

    Jenny

    5 days ago
    Hi @Viacheslav Krot - there's lots of good advice about using the chart in your screenshot here: https://prefect-community.slack.com/archives/C0192RWGJQH/p1662085558482089 For a chart that shows task run duration etc - we have some ideas for that and hope to begin work on designs soon.
    Jenny
    Viacheslav Krot
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  • Amelie Froessl

    Amelie Froessl

    2 weeks ago
    hello everyone 🙂 . I am trying to use the parameters to run a Flow from the UI. My config parameters input is a pydantic BaseModel. However I have a more complex data structure in that they types of my elements in the conifg parameters are also pydantic BaseModels (something similar to here ). Or like this:
    class Parameters_1(BaseModel, extra=Extra.forbid):
        a: int
        b: int
        c: str
    
    
    class Parameters_2(BaseModel, extra=Extra.forbid):
        d: int
        e: int
        f: str
    
    
    class Parameters_3(BaseModel, extra=Extra.forbid):
        g: int
        h: int
        i: str
    
    
    class TestConfig(BaseModel, extra=Extra.forbid):
        parameters_1: Parameters_1
        parameters_2: Parameters_2
        parameters_3: Parameters_3
    On the UI it shows up like in the attached screenshot. The input would be a dictionary of the values in the respecitve BaseModel like :
    {"a":1, "b":2, "c": "hello"}
    . ... which is not the nicest I guess. I was wondering if there is a way to nicely have the parameters of a sub BaseModel show up/ editable in the UI? Or if somebody has a suggestion on how this could be solved in a nicer way? Thanks in advance!
    Amelie Froessl
    Anna Geller
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  • Jeff Hale

    Jeff Hale

    3 days ago
    Thank you, Alix! I talked to the team and am opening an issue to add scrolling or pagination to the UI.
    Jeff Hale
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    David

    3 days ago
    I am trying to run prefect orion agent in GKE autopilot. I am using the new prefect cloud. The agent appears to be listening but it isn't handling any items in the queue. It appears to do nothing. And since there are no error logs it is impossible to figure out why it is not working. Even locally after logging in and running the agent it creates the work queue but isn't actually doing anything.
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  • Ben Ayers-Glassey

    Ben Ayers-Glassey

    2 days ago
    Seems like this channel may be a better place than #prefect-community to post this issue with not being able to see task runs in the UI (Prefect 1)?https://prefect-community.slack.com/archives/CL09KU1K7/p1663867045482139
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    Sean Turner

    2 days ago
    This video on Prefect's youtube mentions that the github credentials block is coming soon. When will this be exactly?

    https://youtu.be/Nv1eD0VDedA?t=943

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    Anna Geller
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    Kevin Wang

    2 days ago
    I'm hoping to View Flow Runs by Deployment. (or when I click a Deployment, see a list of past / upcoming flow runs). Is this an outdated way of thinking about these flows? The power of the UI seems limited to me now, only showing a Deployment's config, but I'd also like to view its run history. Anybody have some advice? Related to: https://github.com/PrefectHQ/prefect/issues/5968 and UI Improvements https://github.com/PrefectHQ/prefect/issues/5917
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    Jenny
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