Source code for torchdrug.core.engine

import os
import sys
import logging
from itertools import islice

import torch
from torch import distributed as dist
from torch import nn
from torch.utils import data as torch_data

from torchdrug import data, core, utils
from torchdrug.core import Registry as R
from torchdrug.utils import comm, pretty

module = sys.modules[__name__]
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]@R.register("core.Engine") class Engine(core.Configurable): """ General class that handles everything about training and test of a task. This class can perform synchronous distributed parallel training over multiple CPUs or GPUs. To invoke parallel training, launch with one of the following commands. 1. Single-node multi-process case. .. code-block:: bash python -m torch.distributed.launch --nproc_per_node={number_of_gpus} {} {your_arguments...} 2. Multi-node multi-process case. .. code-block:: bash python -m torch.distributed.launch --nnodes={number_of_nodes} --node_rank={rank_of_this_node} --nproc_per_node={number_of_gpus} {} {your_arguments...} If :meth:`preprocess` is defined by the task, it will be applied to ``train_set``, ``valid_set`` and ``test_set``. Parameters: task (nn.Module): task train_set (data.Dataset): training set valid_set (data.Dataset): validation set test_set (data.Dataset): test set optimizer (optim.Optimizer): optimizer scheduler (lr_scheduler._LRScheduler, optional): scheduler gpus (list of int, optional): GPU ids. By default, CPUs will be used. For multi-node multi-process case, repeat the GPU ids for each node. batch_size (int, optional): batch size of a single CPU / GPU gradient_interval (int, optional): perform a gradient update every n batches. This creates an equivalent batch size of ``batch_size * gradient_interval`` for optimization. num_worker (int, optional): number of CPU workers per GPU logger (str or core.LoggerBase, optional): logger type or logger instance. Available types are ``logging`` and ``wandb``. log_interval (int, optional): log every n gradient updates """ def __init__(self, task, train_set, valid_set, test_set, optimizer, scheduler=None, gpus=None, batch_size=1, gradient_interval=1, num_worker=0, logger="logging", log_interval=100): self.rank = comm.get_rank() self.world_size = comm.get_world_size() self.gpus = gpus self.batch_size = batch_size self.gradient_interval = gradient_interval self.num_worker = num_worker if gpus is None: self.device = torch.device("cpu") else: if len(gpus) != self.world_size: error_msg = "World size is %d but found %d GPUs in the argument" if self.world_size == 1: error_msg += ". Did you launch with `python -m torch.distributed.launch`?" raise ValueError(error_msg % (self.world_size, len(gpus))) self.device = torch.device(gpus[self.rank % len(gpus)]) if self.world_size > 1 and not dist.is_initialized(): if self.rank == 0:"Initializing distributed process group") backend = "gloo" if gpus is None else "nccl" comm.init_process_group(backend, init_method="env://") if hasattr(task, "preprocess"): if self.rank == 0: module.logger.warning("Preprocess training set") # TODO: more elegant implementation # handle dynamic parameters in optimizer old_params = list(task.parameters()) result = task.preprocess(train_set, valid_set, test_set) if result is not None: train_set, valid_set, test_set = result new_params = list(task.parameters()) if len(new_params) != len(old_params): optimizer.add_param_group({"params": new_params[len(old_params):]}) if self.world_size > 1: task = nn.SyncBatchNorm.convert_sync_batchnorm(task) if self.device.type == "cuda": task = task.cuda(self.device) self.model = task self.train_set = train_set self.valid_set = valid_set self.test_set = test_set self.optimizer = optimizer self.scheduler = scheduler if isinstance(logger, str): if logger == "logging": logger = core.LoggingLogger() elif logger == "wandb": logger = core.WandbLogger(project=task.__class__.__name__) else: raise ValueError("Unknown logger `%s`" % logger) self.meter = core.Meter(log_interval=log_interval, silent=self.rank > 0, logger=logger) self.meter.log_config(self.config_dict())
[docs] def train(self, num_epoch=1, batch_per_epoch=None): """ Train the model. If ``batch_per_epoch`` is specified, randomly draw a subset of the training set for each epoch. Otherwise, the whole training set is used for each epoch. Parameters: num_epoch (int, optional): number of epochs batch_per_epoch (int, optional): number of batches per epoch """ sampler = torch_data.DistributedSampler(self.train_set, self.world_size, self.rank) dataloader = data.DataLoader(self.train_set, self.batch_size, sampler=sampler, num_workers=self.num_worker) batch_per_epoch = batch_per_epoch or len(dataloader) model = self.model if self.world_size > 1: if self.device.type == "cuda": model = nn.parallel.DistributedDataParallel(model, device_ids=[self.device], find_unused_parameters=True) else: model = nn.parallel.DistributedDataParallel(model, find_unused_parameters=True) model.train() for epoch in self.meter(num_epoch): sampler.set_epoch(epoch) metrics = [] start_id = 0 # the last gradient update may contain less than gradient_interval batches gradient_interval = min(batch_per_epoch - start_id, self.gradient_interval) for batch_id, batch in enumerate(islice(dataloader, batch_per_epoch)): if self.device.type == "cuda": batch = utils.cuda(batch, device=self.device) loss, metric = model(batch) if not loss.requires_grad: raise RuntimeError("Loss doesn't require grad. Did you define any loss in the task?") loss = loss / gradient_interval loss.backward() metrics.append(metric) if batch_id - start_id + 1 == gradient_interval: self.optimizer.step() self.optimizer.zero_grad() metric = utils.stack(metrics, dim=0) metric = utils.mean(metric, dim=0) if self.world_size > 1: metric = comm.reduce(metric, op="mean") self.meter.update(metric) metrics = [] start_id = batch_id + 1 gradient_interval = min(batch_per_epoch - start_id, self.gradient_interval) if self.scheduler: self.scheduler.step()
[docs] @torch.no_grad() def evaluate(self, split, log=True): """ Evaluate the model. Parameters: split (str): split to evaluate. Can be ``train``, ``valid`` or ``test``. log (bool, optional): log metrics or not Returns: dict: metrics """ if comm.get_rank() == 0: logger.warning(pretty.separator) logger.warning("Evaluate on %s" % split) test_set = getattr(self, "%s_set" % split) sampler = torch_data.DistributedSampler(test_set, self.world_size, self.rank) dataloader = data.DataLoader(test_set, self.batch_size, sampler=sampler, num_workers=self.num_worker) model = self.model model.eval() preds = [] targets = [] for batch in dataloader: if self.device.type == "cuda": batch = utils.cuda(batch, device=self.device) pred, target = model.predict_and_target(batch) preds.append(pred) targets.append(target) pred = target = if self.world_size > 1: pred = target = metric = model.evaluate(pred, target) if log: self.meter.log(metric, category="%s/epoch" % split) return metric
[docs] def load(self, checkpoint, load_optimizer=True): """ Load a checkpoint from file. Parameters: checkpoint (file-like): checkpoint file load_optimizer (bool, optional): load optimizer state or not """ if comm.get_rank() == 0: logger.warning("Load checkpoint from %s" % checkpoint) checkpoint = os.path.expanduser(checkpoint) state = torch.load(checkpoint, map_location=self.device) self.model.load_state_dict(state["model"]) if load_optimizer: self.optimizer.load_state_dict(state["optimizer"]) for state in self.optimizer.state.values(): for k, v in state.items(): if isinstance(v, torch.Tensor): state[k] = comm.synchronize()
[docs] def save(self, checkpoint): """ Save checkpoint to file. Parameters: checkpoint (file-like): checkpoint file """ if comm.get_rank() == 0: logger.warning("Save checkpoint to %s" % checkpoint) checkpoint = os.path.expanduser(checkpoint) if self.rank == 0: state = { "model": self.model.state_dict(), "optimizer": self.optimizer.state_dict() }, checkpoint) comm.synchronize()
[docs] @classmethod def load_config_dict(cls, config): """ Construct an instance from the configuration dict. """ if getattr(cls, "_registry_key", cls.__name__) != config["class"]: raise ValueError("Expect config class to be `%s`, but found `%s`" % (cls.__name__, config["class"])) optimizer_config = config.pop("optimizer") new_config = {} for k, v in config.items(): if isinstance(v, dict) and "class" in v: v = core.Configurable.load_config_dict(v) if k != "class": new_config[k] = v optimizer_config["params"] = new_config["task"].parameters() new_config["optimizer"] = core.Configurable.load_config_dict(optimizer_config) return cls(**new_config)
@property def epoch(self): """Current epoch.""" return self.meter.epoch_id