Sean Talia02/09/2022, 4:33 PM
flows will or won't run on that beefed-up EC2 instance 2. Using ECS on EC2, and then simply manage the execution of the flows on the EC2 instance by configuring an
flow to use an ECS task that executes on EC2 The former option seems a little more straight-forward, and we could get it up and running pretty quickly, but it would involve overhead of managing labels, new API keys for the agents, etc. The latter is probably more flexible in the end, but there's more up front work for us since ECS on EC2 is not a workflow that we currently support. Has anyone ever deliberated over this issue or experimented with it?
Sean Talia02/09/2022, 5:50 PM
Sean Talia02/10/2022, 2:43 PM
param wasn't introduced to the DockerRun class until
so is it safe to assume we can't even take advantage of passing the
runtime params until we do that?
Sean Talia02/10/2022, 2:46 PM
actually was working for some people though?
device_requests=[ docker.types.DeviceRequest(count=-1, capabilities=[['gpu']]) ]
Sean Talia02/10/2022, 3:00 PM
parameter is something that can be passed to the
Sean Talia02/10/2022, 3:05 PM