I did manage to get Guild to run my notebook, but I did get a couple warnings and 1 error:
1). “WARNING: Skipping potential source code file ./tcn_kerasAPI_gpu_data_generator.ipynb because it’s too big. To control which files are copied, define ‘sourcecode’ for the operation in a Guild file.”
I’m just wondering why I was even seeing that warning when my actual run command was:
guild run tcn_kerasAPI_gpu_guild_ai_data_generator.ipynb
So you see I wasn’t even running the notebook that it says is “too big”. That’s a different notebook file entirely. Is there some reason Guild would be “copying over” a notebook file other than the one I’m running?
2). I’m not sure why I got this warning:
[NbConvertApp] WARNING | Config option
kernel_spec_manager_class not recognized by
Tho’ I did manage to get a successful run and saw expected output images (in Tensorboard) for my notebook, at the end of the run, when Guild was trying to convert the notebook to html via “nbconvert”, I did see this error:
“AttributeError: module ‘jinja2’ has no attribute ‘Markup’”
I guess it’s not critical, but of course it’s nicer for a run not to end on an error of course :).