wandb localconfigures your local machine to push metrics to http://localhost:8080. If you want to host local on a different port you can pass the
--portargument to wandb local. If you've configure DNS with your local instance you can run:
wandb login --host=http://wandb.myhost.comon any machines that you want to report metrics from. You can also set the
WANDB_BASE_URLenvironment variable to a host or IP on any machines you wish to report to your local instance. In automated environment you'll also want to set the
WANDB_API_KEYenvironment variable within an api key from your settings page. To restore a machine to reporting metrics to our cloud hosted solution, run
wandb login --host=https://api.wandb.ai.
/voldirectory. If you do not mount a persistent volume at this location all data will be lost when the docker process dies.
/volas stated above, this solution is not meant for production workloads. If you decide to use W&B in this way, it is recommended that enough space be allocated ahead of time to store current and future needs of metrics and strongly suggested that the underlying file store can be resized as needed. In addition, alerts should be put in place to let you know once minimum storage thresholds are crossed to resize the underlying file system.