Neptune-cli only recognizes python scripts?

#1

This is not a docker-specific issue, but here’s the scenario: I have a docker env set up on my Mac, and in this env, I do things like ./docker_run.sh blah blah. Now what I want to be able to do:

neptune send "docker_run.sh blah blah" --worker gcp-gpu-medium --environment pytorch-0.1.12-gpu-py3

But this results in an error

Executable 'docker_run.sh blah blah' does not exist

I think it should allow arbitrary commands to be run, not just python scripts.

To take an even more basic example, if I simply say

neptune send "echo hello" --worker gcp-gpu-medium --environment pytorch-0.1.12-gpu-py3

it should work, but it complains saying

Executable 'echo hello' does not exist.
#2

Thanks for the report. We are currently working on this feature. It should be available in the next few weeks.

#3

@pchalasani Please upgrade neptune-cli. In version 2.0.24 we introduced --command parameter that addresses your problem.

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