Noorvir Aulakh •
16 June 2023
Welcome to the 3rd edition of the Unweave changelog! We post regular updates here to keep you in the loop on what we're building. You can also follow us on Twitter, join the Discord group or signup here to really make sure you never miss a beat!
This week, we have a short but sweet update for you. So far, there was no way of persisting data from your Unweave sessions. Given that machine learning is at least 50% about data, we knew we had to fix this. Enter Unweave Volumes.
Volumes offer persistent storage that can be attached to your SSH sessions. You can create new volumes and attach them to new sessions through simple CLI commands:
Once you have a volume handy, you can attach it to a new SSH session at initialization. If you've used volumes in Docker before, you'll be familiar with the syntax:
You can also share the same volume across multiple sessions, and attach multiple volumes to a single session:
Volumes are currently available on the hosted provider, but we'll be rolling out support for Lambda Labs in the coming weeks.
To follow along on the journey: