Source code for detectron2.utils.memory

# Copyright (c) Facebook, Inc. and its affiliates. All Rights Reserved.

import logging
from contextlib import contextmanager
from functools import wraps
import torch

__all__ = ["retry_if_cuda_oom"]

def _ignore_torch_cuda_oom():
    A context which ignores CUDA OOM exception from pytorch.
    except RuntimeError as e:
        # NOTE: the string may change?
        if "CUDA out of memory. " in str(e):

[docs]def retry_if_cuda_oom(func): """ Makes a function retry itself after encountering pytorch's CUDA OOM error. It will first retry after calling `torch.cuda.empty_cache()`. If that still fails, it will then retry by trying to convert inputs to CPUs. In this case, it expects the function to dispatch to CPU implementation. The return values may become CPU tensors as well and it's user's responsibility to convert it back to CUDA tensor if needed. Args: func: a stateless callable that takes tensor-like objects as arguments Returns: a callable which retries `func` if OOM is encountered. Examples: :: output = retry_if_cuda_oom(some_torch_function)(input1, input2) # output may be on CPU even if inputs are on GPU Note: 1. When converting inputs to CPU, it will only look at each argument and check if it has `.device` and `.to` for conversion. Nested structures of tensors are not supported. 2. Since the function might be called more than once, it has to be stateless. """ def maybe_to_cpu(x): try: like_gpu_tensor = x.device.type == "cuda" and hasattr(x, "to") except AttributeError: like_gpu_tensor = False if like_gpu_tensor: return"cpu") else: return x @wraps(func) def wrapped(*args, **kwargs): with _ignore_torch_cuda_oom(): return func(*args, **kwargs) # Clear cache and retry torch.cuda.empty_cache() with _ignore_torch_cuda_oom(): return func(*args, **kwargs) # Try on CPU. This slows down the code significantly, therefore print a notice. logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)"Attempting to copy inputs of {} to CPU due to CUDA OOM".format(str(func))) new_args = (maybe_to_cpu(x) for x in args) new_kwargs = {k: maybe_to_cpu(v) for k, v in kwargs.items()} return func(*new_args, **new_kwargs) return wrapped