HPE Machine Learning Development Environment CLI Reference#
The HPE Machine Learning Development Environment CLI has built-in documentation that you can access
by using the help command or
--help flags. To see a comprehensive list of nouns and
abbreviations, simply call
det help or
det -h. Each noun has its own set of associated
verbs, which are detailed in the help documentation. For example, to learn more about individual
experiment commands, you can type
det experiment help.
usage: det [-h] [-u username] [-m address] [-v] command ... Determined command-line client positional arguments: command help show help for this command auth manage auth agent (a) manage agents command (cmd) manage commands checkpoint (c) manage checkpoints deploy (d) manage deployments experiment (e) manage experiments job (j) manage job master (m) manage master model (m) manage models notebook manage notebooks oauth manage OAuth preview-search preview search resources (res) query historical resource allocation shell manage shells slot (s) manage slots task manage tasks (commands, experiments, notebooks, shells, tensorboards) template (tpl) manage config templates tensorboard manage TensorBoard instances trial (t) manage trials user (u) manage users version show version information optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -u username, --user username run as the given user (default: None) -m address, --master address master address (default: localhost:8080) -v, --version print CLI version and exit
det [-h] [-u username] [-m address] [-v] command ...
det: This is the main command you’ll use for interacting with the HPE CLI.
[-h]: The square brackets indicate that this is an optional argument.
-h``or ``--helpcan be used to display a help message and exit. If you need information about a specific command, add the
-hflag after the
[-u username]: Another optional argument,
--userallows you to run the command as a specific user. Replace username with the desired username. For example, to run a command as user “abbie”, you would use
det -u abbiecommand.
[-m address]: This optional argument,
--master, lets you specify the master address for the HPE Machine Learning Development Environment cluster. Replace address with the actual address of the master, e.g.,
--versionflag is another optional argument that you can use to print the CLI version and exit.
command: This represents the specific subcommand you want to execute such as
kill. You’ll replace command with the actual command you want to run.
…: The ellipsis signifies that you can provide additional arguments, options, or values, depending on the subcommand you choose.