wandb initin the directory of your training script, it will create a directory named wandb and will save a default entity which can be checked into source control. If you don't want to create that file or want to override the file you can use the environmental variable.
wandb init, but the environmental variable will override the value.
wandb docker my/image/name:tag --digest
wandb.inittake precedence over the environment. You could call
wandb.init(dir=os.getenv("WANDB_DIR", my_default_override))if you want to have a default other than the system default when the environment variable isn't set.
wandb offsets an environment variable,
WANDB_MODE=offline. This stops any data from syncing from your machine to the remote wandb server. If you have multiple projects, they will all stop syncing logged data to W&B servers.