Your clusters are available under the Clusters tab. Here you can find information about your cluster, including your cluster ID – you will need to specify this ID in order to designate your private cluster as the place to run Workflows, Deployments, etc.
gradient <command> ... --clusterId <your-cluster-ID>
--clusterId string Cluster ID for this processing site, e.g. "clxxxxxxx".
A complete example of utilizing Gradient features on a cluster might look like this:
gradient workflows run \--id 01f00ea6-6f78-4ad9-b5ca-f56006e64193 \--clusterId cl8pwu9qn \--path ./workflow.yaml
In order to run workloads on your Gradient cluster, you must specify the
clusterId parameter on most Gradient commands, including:
If you don't supply the
clusterId parameter, then your command will default to run on Paperspace instances, which are not part of your private cluster environment.
When creating a notebook, an experiment, or a model deployment, select your private cluster in the console, then select an instance type that's available in your cluster.