Usage

Finding your Cluster ID

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.

Using Gradient private clusters via the Gradient CLI

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gradient <command> ... --clusterId <your-cluster-ID>
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--clusterId string Cluster ID for this processing site, e.g. "clxxxxxxx".
You will need to provide your API key to authenticate your requests. Learn how to obtain and set your API key here.
A complete example of utilizing Gradient features on a cluster might look like this:
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gradient workflows run \
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--id 01f00ea6-6f78-4ad9-b5ca-f56006e64193 \
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--clusterId cl8pwu9qn \
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--path ./workflow.yaml
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In order to run workloads on your Gradient cluster, you must specify the clusterId parameter on most Gradient commands, including:
    workflows
    deployments
    models
    notebooks
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.

Using Gradient clusters via the Web UI

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.
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