Source code for torch.distributed.elastic.rendezvous.api

# Copyright (c) Facebook, Inc. and its affiliates.
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from abc import ABC, abstractmethod
from typing import Any, Callable, Dict, Optional, Tuple

from torch.distributed import Store

[docs]class RendezvousError(Exception): """Represents the base type for rendezvous errors."""
[docs]class RendezvousClosedError(RendezvousError): """Raised when a rendezvous is closed."""
[docs]class RendezvousTimeoutError(RendezvousError): """Raised when a rendezvous did not complete on time."""
[docs]class RendezvousConnectionError(RendezvousError): """Raised when the connection to a rendezvous backend has failed."""
[docs]class RendezvousStateError(RendezvousError): """Raised when the state of a rendezvous is corrupt."""
[docs]class RendezvousHandler(ABC): """Main rendezvous interface. Note: Distributed Torch users normally **do not** need to implement their own ``RendezvousHandler``. An implementation based on C10d Store is already provided, and is recommended for most users. """
[docs] @abstractmethod def get_backend(self) -> str: """Returns the name of the rendezvous backend."""
[docs] @abstractmethod def next_rendezvous( self, ) -> Tuple[Store, int, int]: """Main entry-point into the rendezvous barrier. Blocks until the rendezvous is complete and the current process is included in the formed worker group, or a timeout occurs, or the rendezvous was marked closed. Returns: A tuple of :py:class:`torch.distributed.Store`, ``rank``, and ``world size``. Raises: RendezvousClosedError: The rendezvous is closed. RendezvousConnectionError: The connection to the rendezvous backend has failed. RendezvousStateError: The rendezvous state is corrupt. RendezvousTimeoutError: The rendezvous did not complete on time. """
[docs] @abstractmethod def is_closed(self) -> bool: """Checks whether the rendezvous has been closed. A closed rendezvous means all future attempts to re-rendezvous within same job will fail. ``is_closed()`` and :py:meth:`set_closed` have semantics of eventual propagation and should not be used for synchronization. The intention is that if at least one node decides the job is finished, it will close the rendezvous, and other nodes will soon observe this and stop running as well. """
[docs] @abstractmethod def set_closed(self): """Marks the rendezvous as closed."""
[docs] @abstractmethod def num_nodes_waiting(self) -> int: """Returns the number of nodes who arrived late at the rendezvous barrier, hence were not included in the current worker group. Callers should periodically call this method to check whether new nodes are waiting to join the job and if so admit them by calling :py:meth:`next_rendezvous()` (re-rendezvous). """
[docs] @abstractmethod def get_run_id(self) -> str: """Returns the run id of the rendezvous. The run id is a user-defined id that uniquely identifies an instance of a distributed application. It typically maps to a job id and is used to allow nodes to join the correct distributed application. """
[docs] def shutdown(self) -> bool: """Closes all resources that were open for the rendezvous. Example:: rdzv_handler = ... try: store, rank, world_size = rdzv_handler.next_rendezvous() finally: rdzv_handler.shutdown() """
[docs]class RendezvousParameters: """Holds the parameters to construct a :py:class:`RendezvousHandler`. Args: backend: The name of the backend to use to handle the rendezvous. endpoint: The endpoint of the rendezvous, usually in form <hostname>[:<port>]. run_id: The id of the rendezvous. min_nodes: The minimum number of nodes to admit to the rendezvous. max_nodes: The maximum number of nodes to admit to the rendezvous. local_addr: The address of the local node. **kwargs: Additional parameters for the specified backend. """ def __init__( self, backend: str, endpoint: str, run_id: str, min_nodes: int, max_nodes: int, local_addr: Optional[str] = None, **kwargs, ): if not backend: raise ValueError("The rendezvous backend name must be a non-empty string.") if min_nodes < 1: raise ValueError( f"The minimum number of rendezvous nodes ({min_nodes}) must be greater than zero." ) if max_nodes < min_nodes: raise ValueError( f"The maximum number of rendezvous nodes ({max_nodes}) must be greater than or " f"equal to the minimum number of rendezvous nodes ({min_nodes})." ) self.backend = backend self.endpoint = endpoint self.run_id = run_id self.min_nodes = min_nodes self.max_nodes = max_nodes self.config = kwargs self.local_addr = local_addr
[docs] def get(self, key: str, default: Any = None) -> Any: """Returns the value for ``key`` if ``key`` exists, else ``default``.""" return self.config.get(key, default)
[docs] def get_as_bool(self, key: str, default: Optional[bool] = None) -> Optional[bool]: """Returns the value for ``key`` as a ``bool``.""" value = self.get(key, default) if value is None or isinstance(value, bool): return value if isinstance(value, int): if value == 1: return True if value == 0: return False elif isinstance(value, str): if value.lower() in ["1", "true", "t", "yes", "y"]: return True if value.lower() in ["0", "false", "f", "no", "n"]: return False raise ValueError( f"The rendezvous configuration option '{key}' does not represent a valid boolean value." )
[docs] def get_as_int(self, key: str, default: Optional[int] = None) -> Optional[int]: """Returns the value for ``key`` as an ``int``.""" value = self.get(key, default) if value is None: return value try: return int(value) except ValueError as e: raise ValueError( f"The rendezvous configuration option '{key}' does not represent a valid integer " "value." ) from e
RendezvousHandlerCreator = Callable[[RendezvousParameters], RendezvousHandler]
[docs]class RendezvousHandlerRegistry: """Represents a registry of :py:class:`RendezvousHandler` backends.""" _registry: Dict[str, RendezvousHandlerCreator] def __init__(self) -> None: self._registry = {}
[docs] def register(self, backend: str, creator: RendezvousHandlerCreator) -> None: """Registers a new rendezvous backend. Args: backend: The name of the backend. creator: The callback to invoke to construct the :py:class:`RendezvousHandler`. """ if not backend: raise ValueError("The rendezvous backend name must be a non-empty string.") current_creator: Optional[RendezvousHandlerCreator] try: current_creator = self._registry[backend] except KeyError: current_creator = None if current_creator is not None and current_creator != creator: raise ValueError( f"The rendezvous backend '{backend}' cannot be registered with '{creator}' as it " f"is already registered with '{current_creator}'." ) self._registry[backend] = creator
[docs] def create_handler(self, params: RendezvousParameters) -> RendezvousHandler: """Creates a new :py:class:`RendezvousHandler`.""" try: creator = self._registry[params.backend] except KeyError as e: raise ValueError( f"The rendezvous backend '{params.backend}' is not registered. Did you forget " f"to call `{self.register.__name__}`?" ) from e handler = creator(params) # Do some sanity check. if handler.get_backend() != params.backend: raise RuntimeError( f"The rendezvous backend '{handler.get_backend()}' does not match the requested " f"backend '{params.backend}'." ) return handler
# The default global registry instance used by launcher scripts to instantiate # rendezvous handlers. rendezvous_handler_registry = RendezvousHandlerRegistry()


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