Source code for torch.backends.mkldnn

import sys
import torch
from contextlib import contextmanager
from torch.backends import ContextProp, PropModule, __allow_nonbracketed_mutation

[docs]def is_available(): r"""Returns whether PyTorch is built with MKL-DNN support.""" return torch._C.has_mkldnn
[docs]class verbose: """ On-demand oneDNN (former MKL-DNN) verbosing functionality To make it easier to debug performance issues, oneDNN can dump verbose messages containing information like kernel size, input data size and execution duration while executing the kernel. The verbosing functionality can be invoked via an environment variable named `DNNL_VERBOSE`. However, this methodology dumps messages in all steps. Those are a large amount of verbose messages. Moreover, for investigating the performance issues, generally taking verbose messages for one single iteration is enough. This on-demand verbosing functionality makes it possible to control scope for verbose message dumping. In the following example, verbose messages will be dumped out for the second inference only. .. highlight:: python .. code-block:: python import torch model(data) with torch.backends.mkldnn.verbose(torch.backends.mkldnn.VERBOSE_ON): model(data) Args: level: Verbose level - ``VERBOSE_OFF``: Disable verbosing - ``VERBOSE_ON``: Enable verbosing - ``VERBOSE_ON_CREATION``: Enable verbosing, including oneDNN kernel creation """ def __init__(self, level): self.level = level def __enter__(self): if self.level == VERBOSE_OFF: return st = torch._C._verbose.mkldnn_set_verbose(self.level) assert st, "Failed to set MKLDNN into verbose mode. Please consider to disable this verbose scope." return self def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_val, exc_tb): torch._C._verbose.mkldnn_set_verbose(VERBOSE_OFF) return False
def set_flags(_enabled): orig_flags = (torch._C._get_mkldnn_enabled(),) torch._C._set_mkldnn_enabled(_enabled) return orig_flags @contextmanager def flags(enabled=False): with __allow_nonbracketed_mutation(): orig_flags = set_flags(enabled) try: yield finally: with __allow_nonbracketed_mutation(): set_flags(orig_flags[0]) class MkldnnModule(PropModule): def __init__(self, m, name): super().__init__(m, name) enabled = ContextProp(torch._C._get_mkldnn_enabled, torch._C._set_mkldnn_enabled) # Cool stuff from torch/backends/cudnn/ and # sys.modules[__name__] = MkldnnModule(sys.modules[__name__], __name__)


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