Restat/re-run a previous job
floyd restart JOB_NAME [OPTIONS] [COMMAND]
|JOB_NAME||Name or ID of your job.|
Use this command to restart/re-run a previous job. Any
[COMMAND] passed to
floyd restart will override the
[COMMAND] of the original job. This can be useful if you want to
restart/re-run a previous job with different
[OPTIONS] (like a different
instance type), or override its
floyd restart, a copy of your code is not uploaded (since the code
of the previous job is used). This can save on startup time.
This command can take a shortened job name.
# Override the command $ floyd restart mckay/projects/mnist/1 "python train.py"
# Run the job on a GPU server $ floyd restart mckay/projects/mnist/1 --gpu
# Run the job with a new version of a dataset $ floyd restart mckay/projects/mnist/1 --data mckay/datasets/mnist/1:mnist
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