Source code for ray.rllib.utils.framework

import logging
import os
import sys
from typing import Any

from ray.util import log_once

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# Represents a generic tensor type.
TensorType = Any

def get_auto_framework():
    """Returns the framework (str) when framework="auto" in the config.

    If only PyTorch is installed, returns "torch", if only tf is installed,
    returns "tf", if both are installed, raises an error.

    # PyTorch is installed.
    if torch is not None:
        # TF is not installed -> return torch.
        if tf is None:
            if log_once("get_auto_framework"):
                    "`framework=auto` found in config -> Detected PyTorch.")
            return "torch"
        # TF is also installed -> raise error.
            raise ValueError(
                "framework='auto' (default value) is not allowed if both "
                "TensorFlow AND PyTorch are installed! "
                "Instead, use framework='tf|tfe|torch' explicitly.")
    # PyTorch nor TF installed -> raise error.
    if not tf:
        raise ValueError(
            "Neither TensorFlow nor PyTorch are installed! You must install "
            "one of them by running either `pip install tensorflow` OR "
            "`pip install torch torchvision`")
    # Only TensorFlow installed -> return tf.
    if log_once("get_auto_framework"):"`framework=auto` found in config -> Detected TensorFlow.")
    return "tf"

[docs]def check_framework(framework, allow_none=True): """Checks, whether the given framework is "valid". Meaning, whether all necessary dependencies are installed. Args: framework (str): Once of "tf", "torch", or None. allow_none (bool): Whether framework=None (e.g. numpy implementatiopn) is allowed or not. Returns: str: The input framework string. Raises: ImportError: If given framework is not installed. """ # Resolve auto framework first. if framework == "auto": framework = get_auto_framework() # Check, whether tf is installed. if framework in ["tf", "tfe"]: if tf is None: raise ImportError( "Could not import `tensorflow`. Try `pip install tensorflow`") # Check, whether torch is installed. elif framework == "torch": if torch is None: raise ImportError("Could not import `torch`. " "Try `pip install torch torchvision`") # Framework is None (use numpy version of the component). elif framework is None: if not allow_none: raise ValueError("framework=None not allowed!") # Invalid value. else: raise ValueError("Invalid framework='{}'. Use one of " "[tf|tfe|torch|auto].".format(framework)) return framework
[docs]def try_import_tf(error=False): """Tries importing tf and returns the module (or None). Args: error (bool): Whether to raise an error if tf cannot be imported. Returns: The tf module (either from tf2.0.compat.v1 OR as tf1.x. Raises: ImportError: If error=True and tf is not installed. """ # Make sure, these are reset after each test case # that uses them: del os.environ["RLLIB_TEST_NO_TF_IMPORT"] if "RLLIB_TEST_NO_TF_IMPORT" in os.environ: logger.warning("Not importing TensorFlow for test purposes") return None if "TF_CPP_MIN_LOG_LEVEL" not in os.environ: os.environ["TF_CPP_MIN_LOG_LEVEL"] = "3" # Try to reuse already imported tf module. This will avoid going through # the initial import steps below and thereby switching off v2_behavior # (switching off v2 behavior twice breaks all-framework tests for eager). if "tensorflow" in sys.modules: tf_module = sys.modules["tensorflow"] # Try "reducing" tf to tf.compat.v1. try: tf_module = tf_module.compat.v1 # No compat.v1 -> return tf as is. except AttributeError: pass return tf_module # Just in case. We should not go through the below twice. assert "tensorflow" not in sys.modules try: # Try "reducing" tf to tf.compat.v1. import tensorflow.compat.v1 as tf tf.logging.set_verbosity(tf.logging.ERROR) # Disable v2 eager mode. tf.disable_v2_behavior() return tf except ImportError: try: import tensorflow as tf return tf except ImportError as e: if error: raise e return None
def tf_function(tf_module): """Conditional decorator for @tf.function. Use @tf_function(tf) instead to avoid errors if tf is not installed.""" # The actual decorator to use (pass in `tf` (which could be None)). def decorator(func): # If tf not installed -> return function as is (won't be used anyways). if tf_module is None or tf_module.executing_eagerly(): return func # If tf installed, return @tf.function-decorated function. return tf_module.function(func) return decorator
[docs]def try_import_tfp(error=False): """Tries importing tfp and returns the module (or None). Args: error (bool): Whether to raise an error if tfp cannot be imported. Returns: The tfp module. Raises: ImportError: If error=True and tfp is not installed. """ if "RLLIB_TEST_NO_TF_IMPORT" in os.environ: logger.warning("Not importing TensorFlow Probability for test " "purposes.") return None try: import tensorflow_probability as tfp return tfp except ImportError as e: if error: raise e return None
# Fake module for torch.nn. class NNStub: def __init__(self, *a, **kw): # Fake nn.functional module within torch.nn. self.functional = None self.Module = ModuleStub # Fake class for torch.nn.Module to allow it to be inherited from. class ModuleStub: def __init__(self, *a, **kw): raise ImportError("Could not import `torch`.")
[docs]def try_import_torch(error=False): """Tries importing torch and returns the module (or None). Args: error (bool): Whether to raise an error if torch cannot be imported. Returns: tuple: torch AND torch.nn modules. Raises: ImportError: If error=True and PyTorch is not installed. """ if "RLLIB_TEST_NO_TORCH_IMPORT" in os.environ: logger.warning("Not importing PyTorch for test purposes.") return _torch_stubs() try: import torch import torch.nn as nn return torch, nn except ImportError as e: if error: raise e return _torch_stubs()
def _torch_stubs(): nn = NNStub() return None, nn def get_variable(value, framework="tf", trainable=False, tf_name="unnamed-variable", torch_tensor=False, device=None): """ Args: value (any): The initial value to use. In the non-tf case, this will be returned as is. framework (str): One of "tf", "torch", or None. trainable (bool): Whether the generated variable should be trainable (tf)/require_grad (torch) or not (default: False). tf_name (str): For framework="tf": An optional name for the tf.Variable. torch_tensor (bool): For framework="torch": Whether to actually create a torch.tensor, or just a python value (default). Returns: any: A framework-specific variable (tf.Variable, torch.tensor, or python primitive). """ if framework == "tf": import tensorflow as tf dtype = getattr( value, "dtype", tf.float32 if isinstance(value, float) else tf.int32 if isinstance(value, int) else None) return tf.compat.v1.get_variable( tf_name, initializer=value, dtype=dtype, trainable=trainable) elif framework == "torch" and torch_tensor is True: torch, _ = try_import_torch() var_ = torch.from_numpy(value) if device: var_ = var_.requires_grad = trainable return var_ # torch or None: Return python primitive. return value def get_activation_fn(name, framework="tf"): """Returns a framework specific activation function, given a name string. Args: name (str): One of "relu" (default), "tanh", or "linear". framework (str): One of "tf" or "torch". Returns: A framework-specific activtion function. e.g. tf.nn.tanh or torch.nn.ReLU. None if name in ["linear", None]. Raises: ValueError: If name is an unknown activation function. """ if framework == "torch": if name in ["linear", None]: return None _, nn = try_import_torch() if name == "relu": return nn.ReLU elif name == "tanh": return nn.Tanh else: if name in ["linear", None]: return None tf = try_import_tf() fn = getattr(tf.nn, name, None) if fn is not None: return fn raise ValueError("Unknown activation ({}) for framework={}!".format( name, framework)) # This call should never happen inside a module's functions/classes # as it would re-disable tf-eager. tf = try_import_tf() torch, _ = try_import_torch()