Skip to content
Permalink
Branch: master
Find file Copy path
Find file Copy path
Fetching contributors…
Cannot retrieve contributors at this time
654 lines (544 sloc) 22.3 KB
from __future__ import division
import datetime
import multiprocessing
from multiprocessing import sharedctypes # type: ignore
import signal
import sys
import threading
import warnings
import numpy
import six
from chainer.dataset import iterator
from chainer.iterators import _statemachine
from chainer.iterators.order_samplers import ShuffleOrderSampler
_response_time = 0.1
def _raise_timeout_warning():
warnings.warn(
'Stalled dataset is detected. '
'See the documentation of MultiprocessIterator for common causes and '
'workarounds:\n'
'https://docs.chainer.org/en/stable/reference/generated/'
'chainer.iterators.MultiprocessIterator.html',
MultiprocessIterator.TimeoutWarning)
class MultiprocessIterator(iterator.Iterator):
"""Dataset iterator that loads examples in parallel.
This is an implementation of :class:`~chainer.dataset.Iterator` that loads
examples with worker processes. It uses the standard :mod:`multiprocessing`
module to parallelize the loading. The dataset is sent to the worker
processes in the standard way using pickle.
Note that this iterator effectively prefetches the examples for the next
batch asynchronously after the current batch is returned.
This iterator saves ``-1`` instead of ``None`` in snapshots since some
serializers do not support ``None``.
.. note::
When you are using OpenCV somewhere in your code and the
``MultiprocessIterator`` is used in the training code, the
training loop may get stuck at some point. In such situation,
there are several workarounds to prevent the process got stuck.
1. Set the environment variable as follows: ``OMP_NUM_THREADS=1``
2. Add ``cv2.setNumThreads(0)`` right after ``import cv2`` in your
training script.
3. Use :class:`~chainer.iterators.MultithreadIterator` instead of
``MultiprocessIterator``.
Args:
dataset (~chainer.dataset.Dataset): Dataset to iterate.
batch_size (int): Number of examples within each batch.
repeat (bool): If ``True``, it infinitely loops over the dataset.
Otherwise, it stops iteration at the end of the first epoch.
shuffle (bool): If ``True``, the order of examples is shuffled at the
beginning of each epoch. Otherwise, examples are extracted in the
order of indexes. If ``None`` and no ``order_sampler`` is given,
the behavior is the same as the case with ``shuffle=True``.
n_processes (int): Number of worker processes. The number of CPUs is
used by default.
n_prefetch (int): Number of prefetch batches.
shared_mem (int): The size of using shared memory per data.
If ``None``, size is adjusted automatically.
dataset_timeout (float): :class:`MultiprocessIterator.TimeoutWarning`
will be issued after this time in seconds elapsed in each dataset
realization. ``None`` to disable the warning. You can turn this
warning into an error by using :func:`warnings.simplefilter`::
warnings.simplefilter(
'error',
chainer.iterators.MultiprocessIterator.TimeoutWarning)
order_sampler (callable): A callable that generates the order
of the indices to sample in the next epoch when a epoch finishes.
This function should take two arguments: the current order
and the current position of the iterator.
This should return the next order. The size of the order
should remain constant.
This option cannot be used when ``shuffle`` is not ``None``.
maxtasksperchild (int): Number of tasks a worker of prefetch process
can complete before it will exit and be replaced with a fresh
worker process, to enable unused resources to be freed. If
``None``, worker processes will live as long as the pool.
"""
class TimeoutWarning(RuntimeWarning):
pass
_interruption_testing = False # for testing
_finalized = False
_prefetch_loop = None
_comm = None
def __init__(self, dataset, batch_size, repeat=True, shuffle=None,
n_processes=None, n_prefetch=1, shared_mem=None,
order_sampler=None, dataset_timeout=30.0,
maxtasksperchild=None):
self.dataset = dataset
self.batch_size = batch_size
self.repeat = repeat
self.shuffle = shuffle
self.n_processes = n_processes or multiprocessing.cpu_count()
self.n_prefetch = max(n_prefetch, 1)
self.shared_mem = shared_mem
self.dataset_timeout = dataset_timeout
self._maxtasksperchild = maxtasksperchild
if self.shuffle is not None:
if order_sampler is not None:
raise ValueError('`shuffle` is not `None` and a custom '
'`order_sampler` is set. Please set '
'`shuffle` to `None` to use the custom '
'order sampler.')
else:
if self.shuffle:
order_sampler = ShuffleOrderSampler()
else:
if order_sampler is None:
order_sampler = ShuffleOrderSampler()
self.order_sampler = order_sampler
self._initialize_loop()
def _initialize_loop(self):
self._comm = _Communicator(self.n_prefetch, self.dataset_timeout)
self.reset()
self._prefetch_loop = _PrefetchLoop(
self.dataset, self.batch_size, self.repeat,
self.n_processes, self.n_prefetch, self.shared_mem,
self._comm, self.order_sampler,
self._interruption_testing, self._maxtasksperchild)
# defer launching prefetch thread until creating the worker pool,
# not to leave a background thread in forked processes.
def __next__(self):
measure_mode = False
if self._prefetch_loop.thread is None:
if self._prefetch_loop.measure_required():
measure_mode = True
batch, state = self._prefetch_loop.measure(
self.dataset_timeout)
self._prefetch_loop.launch_thread()
if not measure_mode:
batch, state = self._comm.get()
self._previous_epoch_detail = self.epoch_detail
self._state = state
if batch is None:
raise StopIteration
else:
return batch
next = __next__
def finalize(self):
if self._finalized:
return
if self._comm is not None:
self._comm.terminate()
if self._prefetch_loop is not None:
self._prefetch_loop.terminate()
self._comm = None
self._prefetch_loop = None
self._finalized = True
def __copy__(self):
# This function is implemented for backward compatibility.
# Please use `reset` normally.
other = MultiprocessIterator(
self.dataset, self.batch_size, self.repeat, shuffle=None,
n_processes=self.n_processes, n_prefetch=self.n_prefetch,
shared_mem=self.shared_mem, order_sampler=self.order_sampler)
other._reset_state(self.current_position, self.epoch,
self.is_new_epoch, self._state.order)
other._previous_epoch_detail = self._previous_epoch_detail
return other
@property
def current_position(self):
return self._state.current_position
@property
def epoch(self):
return self._state.epoch
@property
def is_new_epoch(self):
return self._state.is_new_epoch
@property
def epoch_detail(self):
return self.epoch + self.current_position / self._epoch_size
@property
def previous_epoch_detail(self):
if self._previous_epoch_detail < 0:
return None
return self._previous_epoch_detail
def serialize(self, serializer):
current_position = serializer('current_position',
self.current_position)
epoch = serializer('epoch', self.epoch)
is_new_epoch = serializer('is_new_epoch', self.is_new_epoch)
order = self._state.order.copy()
try:
serializer('order', order)
except KeyError:
serializer('_order', order)
self._reset_state(current_position, epoch, is_new_epoch, order)
try:
self._previous_epoch_detail = serializer(
'previous_epoch_detail', self._previous_epoch_detail)
except KeyError:
# guess previous_epoch_detail for older version
self._previous_epoch_detail = self.epoch + \
(self.current_position - self.batch_size) / self._epoch_size
if self.epoch_detail > 0:
self._previous_epoch_detail = max(
self._previous_epoch_detail, 0.)
else:
self._previous_epoch_detail = -1.
def reset(self):
if self.order_sampler is None:
order = None
else:
order = self.order_sampler(numpy.arange(len(self.dataset)), 0)
self._reset_state(0, 0, False, order)
self._previous_epoch_detail = -1.
def _reset_state(self, current_position, epoch, is_new_epoch, order):
if self._finalized:
raise NotImplementedError(
'Reset of finalized MultiProcessIterator is currently not '
'supported.')
self._state = _statemachine.IteratorState(
current_position, epoch, is_new_epoch, order)
self._comm.reset(self._state)
@property
def _epoch_size(self):
order = self._state.order
if order is None:
epoch_size = len(self.dataset)
else:
epoch_size = len(order)
return epoch_size
def __getstate__(self):
# We trick the serializer to fill a dict for us
# this allows us to use the same code for both
# chainer and pickle serializers
state = {}
self.serialize(lambda k, v: state.__setitem__(k, v))
self._reset_state(self.current_position, self.epoch,
self.is_new_epoch, state['order'])
# Unpickling resets the instance without calling __init__
# Chainer serializers dumps the state in an existing
# object hence we need to save the initial parameters too
init = self.__dict__.copy()
del init['_comm']
del init['_state']
del init['_prefetch_loop']
# TODO(ecastill): When pickling this object there is the risk to copy
# the entire dataset. If the dataset is entirely in memory
# it can be duplicated when spawning new processes.
state['init'] = init
return state
def __setstate__(self, state):
self.__dict__.update(state['init'])
self._initialize_loop()
# Iterator state is restored after initialization
self._reset_state(state['current_position'], state['epoch'],
state['is_new_epoch'], state['order'])
self._previous_epoch_detail = state['previous_epoch_detail']
class _Communicator(object):
STATUS_CONTINUE = 0
STATUS_RESET = 1
STATUS_TERMINATE = 2
def __init__(self, n_prefetch, dataset_timeout):
self.n_prefetch = n_prefetch
self.dataset_timeout = dataset_timeout
self._lock = threading.Lock()
self._not_empty_cond = threading.Condition(self._lock)
self._not_full_cond = threading.Condition(self._lock)
self._batch_queue = []
self._status = _Communicator.STATUS_CONTINUE
self._reset_count = 0
@property
def is_terminated(self):
with self._lock:
return self._status == _Communicator.STATUS_TERMINATE
# called from iterator
def get(self):
with self._lock:
start = datetime.datetime.now()
while not self._batch_queue:
self._not_empty_cond.wait(_response_time)
dt = datetime.datetime.now() - start
if (self.dataset_timeout is not None
and dt > datetime.timedelta(
seconds=self.dataset_timeout)):
_raise_timeout_warning()
batch, prefetch_state = self._batch_queue.pop(0)
self._not_full_cond.notify()
return batch, prefetch_state
# called from iterator
def reset(self, prefetch_state):
with self._lock:
self._status = _Communicator.STATUS_RESET
self._prefetch_state = prefetch_state
self._batch_queue = []
self._not_full_cond.notify()
self._reset_count += 1
# called from iterator
def terminate(self):
with self._lock:
self._status = _Communicator.STATUS_TERMINATE
self._batch_queue = []
self._not_full_cond.notify()
self._reset_count += 1
# called from thread
def check(self):
with self._lock:
status = self._status
self._status = _Communicator.STATUS_CONTINUE
prefetch_state = None
if status == _Communicator.STATUS_RESET:
prefetch_state = self._prefetch_state
return status, prefetch_state, self._reset_count
# called from thread
def put(self, batch, prefetch_state, reset_count):
with self._lock:
if len(self._batch_queue) == self.n_prefetch:
self._not_full_cond.wait()
if reset_count == self._reset_count:
self._batch_queue.append((batch, prefetch_state))
self._not_empty_cond.notify()
class _PrefetchLoop(object):
_thread = None
_pool = None
_terminating = False
def __init__(self, dataset, batch_size, repeat,
n_processes, n_prefetch, mem_size, comm,
order_sampler,
_interruption_testing, maxtasksperchild):
self.dataset = dataset
self.batch_size = batch_size
self.repeat = repeat
self.n_processes = n_processes
self.mem_size = mem_size
self._comm = comm
self.order_sampler = order_sampler
self.maxtasksperchild = maxtasksperchild
self._allocate_shared_memory()
self._interruption_testing = _interruption_testing
def terminate(self):
self._terminating = True
# Terminate the thread first because it depends on the pool.
if self._thread is not None:
while self._thread.is_alive():
self._thread.join(_response_time)
if self._pool is not None:
self._pool.terminate()
self._thread = None
self._pool = None
@property
def thread(self):
return self._thread
def measure_required(self):
return self.mem_size is None
def measure(self, dataset_timeout):
# dataset_timeout: timeout in seconds or None
status, prefetch_state, _ = self._comm.check()
if status == _Communicator.STATUS_RESET:
self.prefetch_state = prefetch_state
self.prefetch_state, indices = _statemachine.iterator_statemachine(
self.prefetch_state, self.batch_size, self.repeat,
self.order_sampler, len(self.dataset))
if indices is None: # stop iteration
batch = None
else:
batch_ret = [None]
def fetch_batch():
batch_ret[0] = [self.dataset[idx] for idx in indices]
if dataset_timeout is None:
# Timeout is not set: fetch synchronously
fetch_batch()
else:
# Timeout is set: fetch asynchronously and watch for timeout
thr = threading.Thread(target=fetch_batch)
thr.daemon = True
thr.start()
thr.join(dataset_timeout)
if thr.is_alive():
_raise_timeout_warning()
thr.join()
batch = batch_ret[0]
self.mem_size = max(map(_measure, batch))
self._allocate_shared_memory()
return batch, self.prefetch_state
def _allocate_shared_memory(self):
if self.measure_required():
self.mem_bulk = None
else:
self.mem_bulk = \
sharedctypes.RawArray('b', self.batch_size * self.mem_size)
def launch_thread(self):
self._pool = multiprocessing.Pool(
processes=self.n_processes,
initializer=_fetch_setup,
initargs=(self.dataset, self.mem_size, self.mem_bulk),
maxtasksperchild=self.maxtasksperchild)
if self._interruption_testing:
pids = self._pool.map(_report_pid, range(self.n_processes))
print(' '.join(map(str, pids)))
sys.stdout.flush()
thread = threading.Thread(target=self._run, name='prefetch_loop')
thread.setDaemon(True)
thread.start()
self._thread = thread
return thread
def _run(self):
# The entry routine of the prefetch thread.
alive = True
try:
while alive:
if self._terminating:
break
alive = self._task()
finally:
self._pool.close()
self._pool.join()
def _task(self):
# Do a single task in the prefetch thread.
# Returns a bool indicating whether the loop should continue running.
status, prefetch_state, reset_count = self._comm.check()
if status == _Communicator.STATUS_RESET:
self.prefetch_state = prefetch_state
elif status == _Communicator.STATUS_TERMINATE:
return False # stop loop
self.prefetch_state, indices = _statemachine.iterator_statemachine(
self.prefetch_state, self.batch_size, self.repeat,
self.order_sampler, len(self.dataset))
if indices is None: # stop iteration
batch = None
else:
future = self._pool.map_async(_fetch_run, enumerate(indices))
while True:
try:
data_all = future.get(_response_time)
except multiprocessing.TimeoutError:
if self._comm.is_terminated:
return False
else:
break
batch = [_unpack(data, self.mem_bulk) for data in data_all]
self._comm.put(batch, self.prefetch_state, reset_count)
return True
# Using `parameterized` function (e.g. bound method) with Pool is tricky due to
# restrictions imposed by Pickle. Picklable types differ across versions.
# Just using top-level function with globals seems to be safest.
# it doesn't mean thread safety broken or global variables visible;
# notice that each process uses different address space.
# To make static linter happy, we first initialize global variables.
_fetch_dataset = None
_fetch_mem_size = None
_fetch_mem_bulk = None
def _fetch_setup(dataset, mem_size, mem_bulk):
global _fetch_dataset, _fetch_mem_size, _fetch_mem_bulk
signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, signal.SIG_IGN)
_fetch_dataset = dataset
_fetch_mem_size = mem_size
_fetch_mem_bulk = mem_bulk
def _fetch_run(inputs):
i, index = inputs
data = _fetch_dataset[index]
if _fetch_mem_bulk is not None:
offset = i * _fetch_mem_size
limit = offset + _fetch_mem_size
data = _pack(data, _fetch_mem_bulk, offset, limit)
return data
def _report_pid(_): # for testing
return multiprocessing.current_process().pid
class _PackedNdarray(object):
def __init__(self, array, mem, offset):
self.shape = array.shape
self.dtype = array.dtype
self.nbytes = array.nbytes
self.size = array.size
self.offset = offset
total = self.offset + self.nbytes
if total > len(mem):
raise ValueError(
'Shared memory size is too small. expect:{}, actual:{}'.format(
total, len(mem)))
target = numpy.frombuffer(mem, self.dtype, self.size, self.offset)
target[...] = array.ravel()
def unpack(self, mem):
ret = numpy.frombuffer(mem, self.dtype, self.size, self.offset)
ret = ret.reshape(self.shape).copy()
return ret
def _measure(data):
expect = 0
t = type(data)
if t is tuple or t is list or t is dict:
for v in data:
if isinstance(v, numpy.ndarray):
expect += v.nbytes
return expect
def _pack(data, mem, offset, limit):
if len(mem) == 0:
return data
t = type(data)
over = False
if t is tuple or t is list:
ret = []
for v in data:
if isinstance(v, numpy.ndarray):
if v.nbytes + offset > limit:
over = True
else:
v = _PackedNdarray(v, mem, offset)
offset += v.nbytes
ret.append(v)
data = t(ret)
elif t is dict:
ret = {}
for k, v in six.iteritems(data):
if isinstance(v, numpy.ndarray):
if v.nbytes + offset > limit:
over = True
else:
v = _PackedNdarray(v, mem, offset)
offset += v.nbytes
ret[k] = v
data = ret
elif t is numpy.ndarray:
if data.nbytes + offset > limit:
over = True
else:
data = _PackedNdarray(data, mem, offset)
offset += data.nbytes
if over:
expect = _measure(data)
warnings.warn(
'Shared memory size is too small.\n' +
'Please set shared_mem option for MultiprocessIterator.\n' +
'Expect shared memory size: {} bytes.\n'.format(expect) +
'Actual shared memory size: {} bytes.'.format(limit - offset),
UserWarning)
return data
def _unpack(data, mem):
if len(mem) == 0:
return data
t = type(data)
if t is tuple or t is list:
ret = []
for v in data:
if isinstance(v, _PackedNdarray):
v = v.unpack(mem)
ret.append(v)
data = t(ret)
elif t is dict:
ret = {}
for k, v in six.iteritems(data):
if isinstance(v, _PackedNdarray):
v = v.unpack(mem)
ret[k] = v
data = ret
elif t is _PackedNdarray:
data = data.unpack(mem)
return data
You can’t perform that action at this time.