mmcv.runner.hooks.checkpoint 源代码

# Copyright (c) OpenMMLab. All rights reserved.
import os.path as osp
import warnings
from typing import Optional

from mmcv.fileio import FileClient
from ..dist_utils import allreduce_params, master_only
from .hook import HOOKS, Hook

[文档]@HOOKS.register_module() class CheckpointHook(Hook): """Save checkpoints periodically. Args: interval (int): The saving period. If ``by_epoch=True``, interval indicates epochs, otherwise it indicates iterations. Default: -1, which means "never". by_epoch (bool): Saving checkpoints by epoch or by iteration. Default: True. save_optimizer (bool): Whether to save optimizer state_dict in the checkpoint. It is usually used for resuming experiments. Default: True. out_dir (str, optional): The root directory to save checkpoints. If not specified, ``runner.work_dir`` will be used by default. If specified, the ``out_dir`` will be the concatenation of ``out_dir`` and the last level directory of ``runner.work_dir``. `Changed in version 1.3.16.` max_keep_ckpts (int, optional): The maximum checkpoints to keep. In some cases we want only the latest few checkpoints and would like to delete old ones to save the disk space. Default: -1, which means unlimited. save_last (bool, optional): Whether to force the last checkpoint to be saved regardless of interval. Default: True. sync_buffer (bool, optional): Whether to synchronize buffers in different gpus. Default: False. file_client_args (dict, optional): Arguments to instantiate a FileClient. See :class:`mmcv.fileio.FileClient` for details. Default: None. `New in version 1.3.16.` .. warning:: Before v1.3.16, the ``out_dir`` argument indicates the path where the checkpoint is stored. However, since v1.3.16, ``out_dir`` indicates the root directory and the final path to save checkpoint is the concatenation of ``out_dir`` and the last level directory of ``runner.work_dir``. Suppose the value of ``out_dir`` is "/path/of/A" and the value of ``runner.work_dir`` is "/path/of/B", then the final path will be "/path/of/A/B". """ def __init__(self, interval: int = -1, by_epoch: bool = True, save_optimizer: bool = True, out_dir: Optional[str] = None, max_keep_ckpts: int = -1, save_last: bool = True, sync_buffer: bool = False, file_client_args: Optional[dict] = None, **kwargs): self.interval = interval self.by_epoch = by_epoch self.save_optimizer = save_optimizer self.out_dir = out_dir self.max_keep_ckpts = max_keep_ckpts self.save_last = save_last self.args = kwargs self.sync_buffer = sync_buffer self.file_client_args = file_client_args def before_run(self, runner): if not self.out_dir: self.out_dir = runner.work_dir self.file_client = FileClient.infer_client(self.file_client_args, self.out_dir) # if `self.out_dir` is not equal to `runner.work_dir`, it means that # `self.out_dir` is set so the final `self.out_dir` is the # concatenation of `self.out_dir` and the last level directory of # `runner.work_dir` if self.out_dir != runner.work_dir: basename = osp.basename(runner.work_dir.rstrip(osp.sep)) self.out_dir = self.file_client.join_path(self.out_dir, basename)'Checkpoints will be saved to {self.out_dir} by ' f'{}.') # disable the create_symlink option because some file backends do not # allow to create a symlink if 'create_symlink' in self.args: if self.args[ 'create_symlink'] and not self.file_client.allow_symlink: self.args['create_symlink'] = False warnings.warn( 'create_symlink is set as True by the user but is changed' 'to be False because creating symbolic link is not ' f'allowed in {}') else: self.args['create_symlink'] = self.file_client.allow_symlink def after_train_epoch(self, runner): if not self.by_epoch: return # save checkpoint for following cases: # 1. every ``self.interval`` epochs # 2. reach the last epoch of training if self.every_n_epochs( runner, self.interval) or (self.save_last and self.is_last_epoch(runner)): f'Saving checkpoint at {runner.epoch + 1} epochs') if self.sync_buffer: allreduce_params(runner.model.buffers()) self._save_checkpoint(runner) @master_only def _save_checkpoint(self, runner): """Save the current checkpoint and delete unwanted checkpoint.""" runner.save_checkpoint( self.out_dir, save_optimizer=self.save_optimizer, **self.args) if runner.meta is not None: if self.by_epoch: cur_ckpt_filename = self.args.get( 'filename_tmpl', 'epoch_{}.pth').format(runner.epoch + 1) else: cur_ckpt_filename = self.args.get( 'filename_tmpl', 'iter_{}.pth').format(runner.iter + 1) runner.meta.setdefault('hook_msgs', dict()) runner.meta['hook_msgs']['last_ckpt'] = self.file_client.join_path( self.out_dir, cur_ckpt_filename) # remove other checkpoints if self.max_keep_ckpts > 0: if self.by_epoch: name = 'epoch_{}.pth' current_ckpt = runner.epoch + 1 else: name = 'iter_{}.pth' current_ckpt = runner.iter + 1 redundant_ckpts = range( current_ckpt - self.max_keep_ckpts * self.interval, 0, -self.interval) filename_tmpl = self.args.get('filename_tmpl', name) for _step in redundant_ckpts: ckpt_path = self.file_client.join_path( self.out_dir, filename_tmpl.format(_step)) if self.file_client.isfile(ckpt_path): self.file_client.remove(ckpt_path) else: break def after_train_iter(self, runner): if self.by_epoch: return # save checkpoint for following cases: # 1. every ``self.interval`` iterations # 2. reach the last iteration of training if self.every_n_iters( runner, self.interval) or (self.save_last and self.is_last_iter(runner)): f'Saving checkpoint at {runner.iter + 1} iterations') if self.sync_buffer: allreduce_params(runner.model.buffers()) self._save_checkpoint(runner)
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