Hello… I trained the model in my personal desktop. The electric went off and the training stopped. So can I resume the training process? This is the code that I use in training. If so, how can I do it?
“yolo detect train data=path\data.yaml model=yolov8x.yaml epochs=150 imgsz=640”
Yes, you can resume the training process. According to the information provided in the extracts, the
--resume option can be used to resume the most recent training.
Here is how you can modify your command to resume training:
yolo detect train data=path\data.yaml model=yolov8x.yaml epochs=150 imgsz=640 --resume
However, it’s important to note that if the training process is interrupted and then resumed, the
model parameter in
args.yaml will be set to a
.pt file instead of the original
yolov8x.yaml. Based on existing tests, this can cause problems. Therefore, it’s recommended to perform a structural check on the uploaded models on the Roboflow server because different specifications of yolov8 models have distinct differences in structure and file size. The specific model type (n/s/m/l/x) should be obtained through the check instead of relying solely on the configuration in
Also, remember to save your weights after training to keep them in their “base” form, for your own customizations source.
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