Source code for ray.train.torch.torch_predictor

import logging
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Dict, Optional, Union

import numpy as np
import torch

from ray.air._internal.torch_utils import convert_ndarray_batch_to_torch_tensor_batch
from ray.air.checkpoint import Checkpoint
from ray.train._internal.dl_predictor import DLPredictor
from ray.train.predictor import DataBatchType
from ray.train.torch.torch_checkpoint import TorchCheckpoint
from ray.util import log_once
from ray.util.annotations import DeveloperAPI, PublicAPI

    from import Preprocessor

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]@PublicAPI(stability="beta") class TorchPredictor(DLPredictor): """A predictor for PyTorch models. Args: model: The torch module to use for predictions. preprocessor: A preprocessor used to transform data batches prior to prediction. use_gpu: If set, the model will be moved to GPU on instantiation and prediction happens on GPU. """ def __init__( self, model: torch.nn.Module, preprocessor: Optional["Preprocessor"] = None, use_gpu: bool = False, ): self.model = model self.model.eval() self.use_gpu = use_gpu if use_gpu: # TODO (jiaodong): #26249 Use multiple GPU devices with sharded input self.device = torch.device("cuda") else: self.device = torch.device("cpu") # Ensure input tensor and model live on the same device if ( not use_gpu and torch.cuda.device_count() > 0 and log_once("torch_predictor_not_using_gpu") ): logger.warning( "You have `use_gpu` as False but there are " f"{torch.cuda.device_count()} GPUs detected on host where " "prediction will only use CPU. Please consider explicitly " "setting `TorchPredictor(use_gpu=True)` or " "`batch_predictor.predict(ds, num_gpus_per_worker=1)` to " "enable GPU prediction." ) super().__init__(preprocessor) def __repr__(self): return ( f"{self.__class__.__name__}(model={self.model!r}, " f"preprocessor={self._preprocessor!r}, use_gpu={self.use_gpu!r})" )
[docs] @classmethod def from_checkpoint( cls, checkpoint: Checkpoint, model: Optional[torch.nn.Module] = None, use_gpu: bool = False, ) -> "TorchPredictor": """Instantiate the predictor from a Checkpoint. The checkpoint is expected to be a result of ``TorchTrainer``. Args: checkpoint: The checkpoint to load the model and preprocessor from. It is expected to be from the result of a ``TorchTrainer`` run. model: If the checkpoint contains a model state dict, and not the model itself, then the state dict will be loaded to this ``model``. If the checkpoint already contains the model itself, this model argument will be discarded. use_gpu: If set, the model will be moved to GPU on instantiation and prediction happens on GPU. """ checkpoint = TorchCheckpoint.from_checkpoint(checkpoint) model = checkpoint.get_model(model) preprocessor = checkpoint.get_preprocessor() return cls(model=model, preprocessor=preprocessor, use_gpu=use_gpu)
[docs] @DeveloperAPI def call_model( self, inputs: Union[torch.Tensor, Dict[str, torch.Tensor]] ) -> Union[torch.Tensor, Dict[str, torch.Tensor]]: """Runs inference on a single batch of tensor data. This method is called by `TorchPredictor.predict` after converting the original data batch to torch tensors. Override this method to add custom logic for processing the model input or output. Args: inputs: A batch of data to predict on, represented as either a single PyTorch tensor or for multi-input models, a dictionary of tensors. Returns: The model outputs, either as a single tensor or a dictionary of tensors. Example: .. testcode:: import numpy as np import torch from ray.train.torch import TorchPredictor # List outputs are not supported by default TorchPredictor. # So let's define a custom TorchPredictor and override call_model class MyModel(torch.nn.Module): def forward(self, input_tensor): return [input_tensor, input_tensor] # Use a custom predictor to format model output as a dict. class CustomPredictor(TorchPredictor): def call_model(self, inputs): model_output = super().call_model(inputs) return { str(i): model_output[i] for i in range(len(model_output)) } # create our data batch data_batch = np.array([1, 2]) # create custom predictor and predict predictor = CustomPredictor(model=MyModel()) predictions = predictor.predict(data_batch) print(f"Predictions: {predictions.get('0')}, {predictions.get('1')}") .. testoutput:: Predictions: [1 2], [1 2] """ with torch.no_grad(): output = self.model(inputs) return output
[docs] def predict( self, data: DataBatchType, dtype: Optional[Union[torch.dtype, Dict[str, torch.dtype]]] = None, ) -> DataBatchType: """Run inference on data batch. If the provided data is a single array or a dataframe/table with a single column, it will be converted into a single PyTorch tensor before being inputted to the model. If the provided data is a multi-column table or a dict of numpy arrays, it will be converted into a dict of tensors before being inputted to the model. This is useful for multi-modal inputs (for example your model accepts both image and text). Args: data: A batch of input data of ``DataBatchType``. dtype: The dtypes to use for the tensors. Either a single dtype for all tensors or a mapping from column name to dtype. Returns: DataBatchType: Prediction result. The return type will be the same as the input type. Example: .. testcode:: import numpy as np import pandas as pd import torch import ray from ray.train.torch import TorchPredictor # Define a custom PyTorch module class CustomModule(torch.nn.Module): def __init__(self): super().__init__() self.linear1 = torch.nn.Linear(1, 1) self.linear2 = torch.nn.Linear(1, 1) def forward(self, input_dict: dict): out1 = self.linear1(input_dict["A"].unsqueeze(1)) out2 = self.linear2(input_dict["B"].unsqueeze(1)) return out1 + out2 # Set manul seed so we get consistent output torch.manual_seed(42) # Use Standard PyTorch model model = torch.nn.Linear(2, 1) predictor = TorchPredictor(model=model) # Define our data data = np.array([[1, 2], [3, 4]]) predictions = predictor.predict(data, dtype=torch.float) print(f"Standard model predictions: {predictions}") print("---") # Use Custom PyTorch model with TorchPredictor predictor = TorchPredictor(model=CustomModule()) # Define our data and predict Customer model with TorchPredictor data = pd.DataFrame([[1, 2], [3, 4]], columns=["A", "B"]) predictions = predictor.predict(data, dtype=torch.float) print(f"Custom model predictions: {predictions}") .. testoutput:: Standard model predictions: {'predictions': array([[1.5487633], [3.8037925]], dtype=float32)} --- Custom model predictions: predictions 0 [0.61623406] 1 [2.857038] """ return super(TorchPredictor, self).predict(data=data, dtype=dtype)
def _arrays_to_tensors( self, numpy_arrays: Union[np.ndarray, Dict[str, np.ndarray]], dtype: Optional[Union[torch.dtype, Dict[str, torch.dtype]]], ) -> Union[torch.Tensor, Dict[str, torch.Tensor]]: return convert_ndarray_batch_to_torch_tensor_batch( numpy_arrays, dtypes=dtype, device=self.device, ) def _tensor_to_array(self, tensor: torch.Tensor) -> np.ndarray: if not isinstance(tensor, torch.Tensor): raise ValueError( "Expected the model to return either a torch.Tensor or a " f"dict of torch.Tensor, but got {type(tensor)} instead. " f"To support models with different output types, subclass " f"TorchPredictor and override the `call_model` method to " f"process the output into either torch.Tensor or Dict[" f"str, torch.Tensor]." ) return tensor.cpu().detach().numpy()