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import math
from collections import defaultdict, OrderedDict
from typing import Any, DefaultDict, Dict, Generator, List, Optional, overload, Tuple, Union

import numpy as np
import torch
from lightning_utilities.core.apply_func import apply_to_collection
from lightning_utilities.core.rank_zero import WarningCache

import pytorch_lightning as pl
from pytorch_lightning import loops  # import as loops to avoid circular imports
from pytorch_lightning.loops.batch import TrainingBatchLoop
from pytorch_lightning.loops.batch.training_batch_loop import _OUTPUTS_TYPE as _BATCH_OUTPUTS_TYPE
from pytorch_lightning.loops.utilities import _get_active_optimizers, _is_max_limit_reached
from pytorch_lightning.trainer.connectors.logger_connector.result import _ResultCollection
from pytorch_lightning.trainer.progress import BatchProgress, SchedulerProgress
from pytorch_lightning.trainer.supporters import CombinedLoader
from pytorch_lightning.utilities.auto_restart import _collect_states_on_rank_zero_over_collection
from pytorch_lightning.utilities.exceptions import MisconfigurationException
from pytorch_lightning.utilities.fetching import AbstractDataFetcher, DataLoaderIterDataFetcher
from pytorch_lightning.utilities.model_helpers import is_overridden
from pytorch_lightning.utilities.rank_zero import rank_zero_warn
from pytorch_lightning.utilities.signature_utils import is_param_in_hook_signature

_OUTPUTS_TYPE = List[_BATCH_OUTPUTS_TYPE]


[docs]class TrainingEpochLoop(loops.Loop[_OUTPUTS_TYPE]): """Runs over all batches in a dataloader (one epoch). Args: min_steps: The minimum number of steps (batches) to process max_steps: The maximum number of steps (batches) to process """ def __init__(self, min_steps: Optional[int] = None, max_steps: int = -1) -> None: super().__init__() if max_steps < -1: raise MisconfigurationException( f"`max_steps` must be a non-negative integer or -1 (infinite steps). You passed in {max_steps}." ) self.min_steps = min_steps self.max_steps = max_steps self.batch_progress = BatchProgress() self.scheduler_progress = SchedulerProgress() self.batch_loop = TrainingBatchLoop() self.val_loop = loops.EvaluationLoop(verbose=False) self._results = _ResultCollection(training=True) self._outputs: _OUTPUTS_TYPE = [] self._warning_cache = WarningCache() # caches the loaded dataloader state until dataloader objects are available self._dataloader_state_dict: Dict[str, Any] = {} self._batches_that_stepped: int = 0 @property def total_batch_idx(self) -> int: """Returns the current batch index (across epochs)""" # use `ready` instead of `completed` in case this is accessed after `completed` has been increased # but before the next `ready` increase return self.batch_progress.total.ready - 1 @property def batch_idx(self) -> int: """Returns the current batch index (within this epoch)""" # use `ready` instead of `completed` in case this is accessed after `completed` has been increased # but before the next `ready` increase return self.batch_progress.current.ready - 1 @property def global_step(self) -> int: lightning_module = self.trainer.lightning_module if lightning_module is None or lightning_module.automatic_optimization: return self.batch_loop.optimizer_loop.optim_progress.optimizer_steps return self.batch_loop.manual_loop.optim_step_progress.total.completed @property def _is_training_done(self) -> bool: max_steps_reached = _is_max_limit_reached(self.global_step, self.max_steps) return max_steps_reached or self._num_ready_batches_reached() @property def _is_validation_done(self) -> bool: # when we are restarting we want to check whether the val loop has finished return not self.restarting or self.val_loop.done @property def done(self) -> bool: """Evaluates when to leave the loop.""" if self._is_training_done and self._is_validation_done: return True if self.trainer.should_stop: # early stopping min_epochs = self.trainer.fit_loop.min_epochs should_stop_early = self.trainer.fit_loop._should_stop_early if not should_stop_early: self._warning_cache.info( f"Trainer was signaled to stop but the required `min_epochs={min_epochs!r}` or" f" `min_steps={self.min_steps!r}` has not been met. Training will continue..." ) return should_stop_early return False
[docs] def connect( # type: ignore[override] self, batch_loop: Optional[TrainingBatchLoop] = None, val_loop: Optional["loops.EvaluationLoop"] = None, ) -> None: """Optionally connect a custom batch or validation loop to this training epoch loop.""" if batch_loop is not None: self.batch_loop = batch_loop if val_loop is not None: self.val_loop = val_loop
[docs] def reset(self) -> None: """Resets the internal state of the loop for a new run.""" if self.restarting: self.batch_progress.reset_on_restart() self.scheduler_progress.reset_on_restart() self.batch_loop.optimizer_loop.optim_progress.reset_on_restart() trainer = self.trainer if not trainer.state._fault_tolerant_mode.is_enabled and trainer.num_training_batches != float("inf"): expected_steps = math.ceil(trainer.num_training_batches / trainer.accumulate_grad_batches) if self.global_step % expected_steps != 0: rank_zero_warn( "You're resuming from a checkpoint that ended before the epoch ended. This can cause unreliable" " results if further training is done. Consider using an end-of-epoch checkpoint or enabling" " fault-tolerant training:" " https://pytorch-lightning.readthedocs.io/en/stable/advanced/fault_tolerant_training.html" ) else: self.batch_progress.reset_on_run() self.scheduler_progress.reset_on_run() self.batch_loop.optimizer_loop.optim_progress.reset_on_run() # when the epoch starts, the total val batch progress should be reset as it's supposed to count the batches # seen per epoch, this is useful for tracking when validation is run multiple times per epoch self.val_loop.epoch_loop.batch_progress.total.reset() self._outputs = []
[docs] def on_run_start(self, data_fetcher: AbstractDataFetcher) -> None: self._reload_dataloader_state_dict(data_fetcher) _ = iter(data_fetcher) # creates the iterator inside the fetcher # add the previous `fetched` value to properly track `is_last_batch` with no prefetching data_fetcher.fetched += self.batch_progress.current.ready data_fetcher._start_profiler = self._on_before_fetch data_fetcher._stop_profiler = self._on_after_fetch
def _on_before_fetch(self) -> None: self.trainer.profiler.start(f"[{self.__class__.__name__}].train_dataloader_next") def _on_after_fetch(self) -> None: self.trainer.profiler.stop(f"[{self.__class__.__name__}].train_dataloader_next")
[docs] def advance(self, data_fetcher: AbstractDataFetcher) -> None: """Runs a single training batch. Raises: StopIteration: When the epoch is canceled by the user returning -1 """ if self.restarting and self._should_check_val_fx(): # skip training and run validation in `on_advance_end` return # we are going to train first so the val loop does not need to restart self.val_loop.restarting = False if not isinstance(data_fetcher, DataLoaderIterDataFetcher): batch_idx = self.batch_idx + 1 batch = next(data_fetcher) else: batch_idx, batch = next(data_fetcher) self.batch_progress.is_last_batch = data_fetcher.done kwargs = self._build_kwargs(OrderedDict(), batch, batch_idx) self.batch_progress.increment_ready() self.trainer._logger_connector.on_batch_start(batch, batch_idx) if batch is None: self._warning_cache.warn("train_dataloader yielded None. If this was on purpose, ignore this warning...") batch_output = [] else: # hook self.trainer._call_callback_hooks("on_train_batch_start", batch, batch_idx) response = self.trainer._call_lightning_module_hook("on_train_batch_start", batch, batch_idx) self.trainer._call_strategy_hook("on_train_batch_start", batch, batch_idx) if response == -1: self.batch_progress.increment_processed() raise StopIteration self.batch_progress.increment_started() with self.trainer.profiler.profile("run_training_batch"): batch_output = self.batch_loop.run(kwargs) self.batch_progress.increment_processed() # update non-plateau LR schedulers # update epoch-interval ones only when we are at the end of training epoch self.update_lr_schedulers("step", update_plateau_schedulers=False) if self._num_ready_batches_reached(): self.update_lr_schedulers("epoch", update_plateau_schedulers=False) batch_end_outputs = self._prepare_outputs_training_batch_end( batch_output, lightning_module=self.trainer.lightning_module, num_optimizers=len(self.trainer.optimizers), ) self.trainer._call_callback_hooks("on_train_batch_end", batch_end_outputs, batch, batch_idx) self.trainer._call_lightning_module_hook("on_train_batch_end", batch_end_outputs, batch, batch_idx) self.trainer._logger_connector.on_batch_end() self.batch_progress.increment_completed() if is_overridden("training_epoch_end", self.trainer.lightning_module): self._outputs.append(batch_output) # ----------------------------------------- # SAVE METRICS TO LOGGERS AND PROGRESS_BAR # ----------------------------------------- self.trainer._logger_connector.update_train_step_metrics()
[docs] def on_advance_end(self) -> None: # ----------------------------------------- # VALIDATE IF NEEDED # ----------------------------------------- should_check_val = self._should_check_val_fx() if should_check_val: self.trainer.validating = True self._run_validation() self.trainer.training = True # update plateau LR scheduler after metrics are logged self.update_lr_schedulers("step", update_plateau_schedulers=True) if not self._should_accumulate(): # this is increased once per batch disregarding multiple optimizers or tbptt on purpose for loggers self._batches_that_stepped += 1 # this will save based on the `batches_that_stepped` value self._save_loggers_on_train_batch_end() # if training finished, defer exit to the parent. this assumes there will be enough time in between # which might not be the case depending on what's in the `*_epoch_end` hooks if not self._is_training_done: # if fault tolerant is enabled and process has been notified, exit. self.trainer._exit_gracefully_on_signal()
[docs] def on_run_end(self) -> _OUTPUTS_TYPE: outputs, self._outputs = self._outputs, [] return outputs
[docs] def teardown(self) -> None: self._results.cpu() self.batch_loop.teardown() self.val_loop.teardown()
[docs] def on_save_checkpoint(self) -> Dict: state_dict = super().on_save_checkpoint() state_dict["_batches_that_stepped"] = self._batches_that_stepped trainer = self._trainer if ( trainer is not None and trainer.state._fault_tolerant_mode.is_enabled and trainer.train_dataloader is not None and not self._num_completed_batches_reached() # did not finish # TODO: fault-tolerance requires a minimum number of batches so probably should be > 0 and self.batch_progress.current.ready # did start ): assert isinstance(trainer.train_dataloader, CombinedLoader) loader: CombinedLoader = trainer.train_dataloader state = loader.state_dict(has_completed=self._has_completed()) if state: state_dict["dataloader_state_dict"] = _collect_states_on_rank_zero_over_collection(state) return state_dict
[docs] def on_load_checkpoint(self, state_dict: Dict) -> None: # cache the dataloader state dict until the dataloader objects are available self._dataloader_state_dict = state_dict.get("dataloader_state_dict", {}) # restore global step instead to make sure logging works correctly if checkpoints <v1.6.5 used to resume self._batches_that_stepped = state_dict.get("_batches_that_stepped", self.global_step)
def _run_validation(self) -> None: # reload dataloaders self.val_loop._reload_evaluation_dataloaders() with torch.no_grad(): self.val_loop.run() def _accumulated_batches_reached(self) -> bool: """Determine if accumulation will be finished by the end of the current batch.""" return self.batch_progress.current.ready % self.trainer.accumulate_grad_batches == 0 def _num_ready_batches_reached(self) -> bool: """Checks if we are in the last batch or if there are more batches to follow.""" epoch_finished_on_ready = self.batch_progress.current.ready == self.trainer.num_training_batches return epoch_finished_on_ready or self.batch_progress.is_last_batch def _num_completed_batches_reached(self) -> bool: epoch_finished_on_completed = self.batch_progress.current.completed == self.trainer.num_training_batches dataloader_consumed_successfully = self.batch_progress.is_last_batch and self._has_completed() return epoch_finished_on_completed or dataloader_consumed_successfully def _has_completed(self) -> bool: return self.batch_progress.current.ready == self.batch_progress.current.completed def _should_accumulate(self) -> bool: """Checks if the optimizer step should be performed or gradients should be accumulated for the current step.""" accumulation_done = self._accumulated_batches_reached() # Lightning steps on the final batch is_final_batch = self._num_ready_batches_reached() # but the strategy might not strategy_accumulates_on_final_batch = self.trainer.strategy.handles_gradient_accumulation or not is_final_batch return not accumulation_done and strategy_accumulates_on_final_batch @staticmethod def _prepare_outputs_training_batch_end( batch_output: _BATCH_OUTPUTS_TYPE, lightning_module: "pl.LightningModule", num_optimizers: int, ) -> Union[List[List[Dict[str, Any]]], List[Dict[str, Any]]]: """Processes the outputs from the batch loop into the format passed to the ``on_train_batch_end`` hook.""" if not batch_output: return [] # type: ignore[return-value] # convert optimizer dicts to list if lightning_module.automatic_optimization: batch_output = apply_to_collection( batch_output, dtype=dict, function=_convert_optim_dict, num_optimizers=num_optimizers ) array = np.array(batch_output, dtype=object) # squeeze all single-element dimensions array = array.squeeze() array = array.tolist() array = _recursive_unpad(array) return array @staticmethod def _prepare_outputs_training_epoch_end( batch_outputs: _OUTPUTS_TYPE, lightning_module: "pl.LightningModule", num_optimizers: int, ) -> Union[List[List[List[Dict[str, Any]]]], List[List[Dict[str, Any]]], List[Dict[str, Any]]]: """Processes the outputs from the batch loop into the format passed to the ``training_epoch_end`` hook.""" # `batch_outputs` (plural) is the same as `epoch_end_output` (singular) if not batch_outputs: return [] # type: ignore[return-value] # convert optimizer dicts to list if lightning_module.automatic_optimization: batch_outputs = apply_to_collection( batch_outputs, dtype=dict, function=_convert_optim_dict, num_optimizers=num_optimizers ) array = _recursive_pad(batch_outputs) # squeeze all single-element dimensions array = array.squeeze() array = array.tolist() array = _recursive_unpad(array) # in case we squeezed from 1-element array to a 0-dim array array = array if isinstance(array, list) else [array] # remove residual empty lists array = [item for item in array if not isinstance(item, list) or len(item)] return array
[docs] def update_lr_schedulers(self, interval: str, update_plateau_schedulers: bool) -> None: """updates the lr schedulers based on the given interval.""" if interval == "step" and self._should_accumulate(): return active_optimizers = _get_active_optimizers( self.trainer.optimizers, self.trainer.optimizer_frequencies, self.total_batch_idx ) self._update_learning_rates( interval=interval, update_plateau_schedulers=update_plateau_schedulers, opt_indices=[opt_idx for opt_idx, _ in active_optimizers], )
def _update_learning_rates( self, interval: str, update_plateau_schedulers: bool, opt_indices: Optional[List[int]] = None ) -> None: """Update learning rates. Args: interval: either 'epoch' or 'step'. update_plateau_schedulers: control whether ``ReduceLROnPlateau`` or non-plateau schedulers get updated. This is used so non-plateau schedulers can be updated before running validation. Checkpoints are commonly saved during validation, however, on-plateau schedulers might monitor a validation metric so they have to be updated separately. opt_indices: indices of the optimizers to update. """ if not self.trainer.lr_scheduler_configs or not self.trainer.lightning_module.automatic_optimization: return if opt_indices is None: opt_indices = [] for config in self.trainer.lr_scheduler_configs: if config.opt_idx not in opt_indices: continue if update_plateau_schedulers ^ config.reduce_on_plateau: continue current_idx = self.batch_idx if interval == "step" else self.trainer.current_epoch current_idx += 1 # account for both batch and epoch starts from 0 # Take step if call to update_learning_rates matches the interval key and # the current step modulo the schedulers frequency is zero if config.interval == interval and current_idx % config.frequency == 0: monitor_val = None if config.reduce_on_plateau: monitor_key = config.monitor assert monitor_key is not None monitor_val = self._get_monitor_value(monitor_key) if monitor_val is None: if config.strict: avail_metrics = list(self.trainer.callback_metrics) raise MisconfigurationException( f"ReduceLROnPlateau conditioned on metric {monitor_key}" f" which is not available. Available metrics are: {avail_metrics}." " Condition can be set using `monitor` key in lr scheduler dict" ) rank_zero_warn( f"ReduceLROnPlateau conditioned on metric {monitor_key}" " which is not available but strict is set to `False`." " Skipping learning rate update.", category=RuntimeWarning, ) continue self.scheduler_progress.increment_ready() # update LR self.trainer._call_lightning_module_hook( "lr_scheduler_step", config.scheduler, config.opt_idx, monitor_val, ) self.scheduler_progress.increment_completed() def _get_monitor_value(self, key: str) -> Optional[Any]: # this is a separate method to aid in testing return self.trainer.callback_metrics.get(key) def _should_check_val_epoch(self) -> bool: return self.trainer.enable_validation and ( self.trainer.check_val_every_n_epoch is None or (self.trainer.current_epoch + 1) % self.trainer.check_val_every_n_epoch == 0 ) def _should_check_val_fx(self) -> bool: """Decide if we should run validation.""" if not self._should_check_val_epoch(): return False # val_check_batch is inf for iterable datasets with no length defined is_infinite_dataset = self.trainer.val_check_batch == float("inf") is_last_batch = self.batch_progress.is_last_batch if is_last_batch and is_infinite_dataset: return True if self.trainer.should_stop: return True # TODO: let training/eval loop handle logic around limit_*_batches and val_check_batch is_val_check_batch = is_last_batch if isinstance(self.trainer.limit_train_batches, int) and is_infinite_dataset: is_val_check_batch = (self.batch_idx + 1) % self.trainer.limit_train_batches == 0 elif self.trainer.val_check_batch != float("inf"): # if `check_val_every_n_epoch is `None`, run a validation loop every n training batches # else condition it based on the batch_idx of the current epoch current_iteration = self.total_batch_idx if self.trainer.check_val_every_n_epoch is None else self.batch_idx is_val_check_batch = (current_iteration + 1) % self.trainer.val_check_batch == 0 return is_val_check_batch def _save_loggers_on_train_batch_end(self) -> None: """Flushes loggers to disk.""" if self.trainer.should_stop: for logger in self.trainer.loggers: logger.save() def _reload_dataloader_state_dict(self, data_fetcher: AbstractDataFetcher) -> None: if self._dataloader_state_dict: data_fetcher.dataloader.load_state_dict(self._dataloader_state_dict) self._dataloader_state_dict = {} def _build_kwargs(self, kwargs: OrderedDict, batch: Any, batch_idx: int) -> OrderedDict: """Helper method to build the arguments for the current step. Args: kwargs: The kwargs passed down to the hooks. batch: The current batch to run through the step. batch_idx: The current batch idx. Returns: The kwargs passed down to the hooks. """ kwargs["batch"] = batch training_step_fx = getattr(self.trainer.lightning_module, "training_step") # the `batch_idx` is optional, however, when there's more than 1 argument we cannot differentiate whether the # user wants the `batch_idx` or another key like `optimizer_idx` as we are not strict about the argument names if is_param_in_hook_signature(training_step_fx, "batch_idx", min_args=2): kwargs["batch_idx"] = batch_idx return kwargs
def _convert_optim_dict(outs: Dict[int, Dict[str, Any]], num_optimizers: int) -> List[Optional[Dict[str, Any]]]: """Converts an optimizer dict to a list in which the key of the dict determines the position of the element. Example:: >>> _convert_optim_dict({0: {"loss": 0.0}, 2: {"loss": 0.2}}, num_optimizers=3) [{'loss': 0.0}, None, {'loss': 0.2}] """ return [outs[opt_idx] if opt_idx in outs else None for opt_idx in range(num_optimizers)] @overload def _recursive_unpad(nested: List[Any], value: Optional[Any] = None) -> List[Any]: ... @overload def _recursive_unpad(nested: Any, value: Optional[Any] = None) -> Any: ... def _recursive_unpad(nested: Union[Any, List[Any]], value: Optional[Any] = None) -> Union[Any, List[Any]]: """Removes the given pad value from the nested list. Not strictly the reverse operation of :func:`_recursive_pad` because it removes the padding element everywhere, not just from the end of a list. Example:: >>> _recursive_unpad([[[0, 1, 0]], [2], [0, 0]], value=0) [[[1]], [2], []] """ if not isinstance(nested, list): return nested return [_recursive_unpad(item, value) for item in nested if item != value] def _recursive_pad(nested: List[Any], fill_value: Optional[Any] = None) -> np.ndarray: """Pads a jagged nested list of lists with the given value such that a proper multi-dimensional array can be formed with rectangular shape. The padding appends to the incomplete lists. Example:: >>> _recursive_pad([[], [1], [2, 3], [4]], fill_value=0) # doctest: +NORMALIZE_WHITESPACE array([[0, 0], [1, 0], [2, 3], [4, 0]], dtype=object) """ # code adapted from stackexchange: # https://codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/222623/pad-a-ragged-multidimensional-array-to-rectangular-shape dimensions = _get_max_shape(nested) result = np.full(dimensions, fill_value, dtype=object) for index, value in _iterate_nested_array(nested): result[index] = value return result def _get_dimensions(array: List[Any], level: int = 0) -> Generator: yield level, len(array) if all(isinstance(row, list) for row in array): for row in array: yield from _get_dimensions(row, level + 1) def _get_max_shape(array: List[Any]) -> List[int]: """Calculates the max size in each dimension of a jagged (non-rectangular) nested list of lists. Example:: >>> _get_max_shape([[], [[1], [2]], []]) [3, 2, 1] """ dimensions: DefaultDict[int, int] = defaultdict(int) for level, length in _get_dimensions(array): dimensions[level] = max(dimensions[level], length) return [value for _, value in sorted(dimensions.items())] def _iterate_nested_array(array: List[Any], index: Tuple = ()) -> Generator: if all(isinstance(item, list) for item in array): for idx, row in enumerate(array): yield from _iterate_nested_array(row, (*index, idx)) else: # final level yield (*index, slice(len(array))), array

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