Stop FargateCluster from retiring workers

I have a code that is similar to this:

dfs = []

for task in tasks:
    subtasks = gen_subtasks(task)
    df = (


My problem is that whenever the loop finishes an iteration, FargateCluster seems to retire all the workers, and then start them all over again on the next iteration.

Is there a way to keep the cluster alive until the end of the program?

As an alternative, I also tried to generate the subtasks as a dask task, but I couldn’t figure out how to do this. How could I integrate the whole process in dask?

I’m not very familiar with dask-cloudprovider, but @jacobtomlinson or @guillaumeeb might have thoughts on this. :slight_smile:

I’m not familiar with it either, but I don’t see a feature that would cause this without any reason.

@ian.liu88, could you give us the code you use to build and configure your FargateCluster? Do you use adaptivity?

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Yeah it’s hard to help here without seeing an example of how you set up your FargateCluster.