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    Yufei

    2 years ago
    another live streaming is on now. Just FYI
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    Josep Consuegra Navarrina

    2 years ago
    Hi team! First message here 💪 I am having some issues with the prefect local server UI. I am registering flows in order to run them from the UI, but the given url sends me to a blank page, with no trace of the flow.
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    Kyle Moon-Wright
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    Roy Trostyanetski

    2 years ago
    Hi I am trying to create a big system a part of it is that I want the system to be able to work with python scriptable plugins what I want is for clients of my system to be able to submit their git repository containing their python script And then I want to be able to schedule each of those scripts to run either periodically or manually I also don't want a case where the execution of one script hurts the execution of another script system wise and resource wise Is there a way to accomplish this with the open source perfect.io lib? I know its a big question but I would be really greatful if you could help me Also if you have any suggestions for what is the best architecture for a system like this I will be more than happy to hear from you😁
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    a
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    Mark Baker

    2 years ago
    I am trying to invite a user but am having difficulty. It seems that our Barracuda email security appliance rewrites the URLs in links to go through a protection layer and it is getting in the way. If I try to create the user, it says the user already exists. If I try to reset the password, a password reset email never comes through. Tried to use the support feature on the website, but at least in Chrome it does not seem to work.
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    Zachary Hughes
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    Roy Segall

    2 years ago
    Hi, I've wanted to tried this thing and installed via docker but I understood I'm not the customer of this product. Now, Everytime I restart my mac the prefecthq working. How can I uninstall it?
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    Roy Trostyanetski

    2 years ago
    Hi, Is there a way to install Prefect Core with the UI on something like AWS and add authentication on top of it so that only certain people can access it? And is it possible without using Prefect Cloud?
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    nicholas
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    Tuan Nguyen

    2 years ago
    Been a long time since I last saw a team wrote about data. Thought I’d share them here with you guys: https://www.producthunt.com/posts/the-analytics-setup-guidebook
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    Aamir Butt

    2 years ago
    Hi All, i’m trying to understand the use cases for prefect. For example is it suitable for internal business workflows? For example something as simple as when a user registers, requiring them to confirm their emails, getting them to fill-in the user profiles, et cetera. Or implementing the process for holiday submission and authorisation for staff... ie Standard business SOPs.
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    nicholas
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    Philip MacMenamin

    2 years ago
    Hey, If you needed to create a flow that did some logic in Python, and shell out a number of tasks and wait for them to return, then do more logic in python and ultimately create a set of final outputs which would be persisted, what would be the Prefect-ish way of doing this WRT communicating the locations of the files for each task? Is there a way to give each flow it's own dir in /tmp for example, and then refer to the files relatively, with each flow run looking in it's own /tmd/dir? Or do you use result caching and pass around the file locations that way? I'm probably missing something obvious. If anybody can point out an example of a flow which has this kind of logic it would be really helpful!
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    nicholas
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    Philip MacMenamin

    2 years ago
    Is there anywhere I can get an example workflow, or get pointed to an example workflow which looks something like the following: • starts flow and creates a unique local directory for that run on disk • executes a task which creates a file - eg downloads a file from some URL using
    urllib
    , and saves it in
    $RUN_LOC/my_file
    • execs a task which runs a bash command - eg
    wc -l $RUN_LOC/my_file > file_len
    Obviously the tasks here are silly. My aim is to have an example of something which I can have a series of tasks do work on files. The task results are almost not important, the result might be nothing more than a RAN_OK/ NOT_OK. What matters to me is I can have a mechanism to operate on files, and shell out to other utils to operate on files and check their return status. I've been looking at https://docs.prefect.io/core/concepts/results.html#how-to-configure-task-result-persistence
    from prefect import task, Flow
    from prefect.engine.results import LocalResult
    
    
    @task(result=LocalResult(location="initial_data.prefect"))
    def root_task():
        return [1, 2, 3]
    
    @task(result=LocalResult(location="{date:%A}/{task_name}.prefect"))
    def downstream_task(x):
        return [i * 10 for i in x]
    
    with Flow("local-results") as flow:
        downstream_task(root_task)
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    Zachary Hughes
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