usually you should get the expected output with verbose=1. The default is 2, which matches the output you show.
We are refactoring the output engine, and you can try out the new layout by setting the environment variable RAY_AIR_NEW_OUTPUT=1. This works best on the nightly wheels. Do you want to give that a try and test it with AirVerbosity.DEFAULT?
I think here episodes_total is equivalent to iters that we had before right?
I also have a suggestion. I would even be happier to have only one dynamic table that changes after like every 10 episodes; rather than having multiple new static tables.
This is because I am already tracking the progress on tensorboard or wandb. So I do not need to have the whole run history in the terminal. The terminal is good only for quick debugging. So, having only one dynamic table would be enough.
Thanks @deepgravity, we’re actually working on this with out sticky layout. You can try it out already (RAY_AIR_RICH_LAYOUT=1) - but please note that it’s very experimental right now and probably has a few bugs