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i believe OP would, for example, want to start training locally just to check for errors, then do the run somewhere remote.

Synchronizing local and remote code shouldn't take much time, but it's still at least a few seconds on the critical path for the run->fail->fix->rerun loop.

VSCode's remote mode might be a worth a try for people with such a setup.

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