Source code for pytorch_lightning.utilities.deepspeed

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"""Utilities that can be used with Deepspeed."""

from __future__ import annotations

import os

import torch

from pytorch_lightning.strategies.deepspeed import _DEEPSPEED_AVAILABLE
from pytorch_lightning.utilities.types import _PATH

    from deepspeed.utils.zero_to_fp32 import (

CPU_DEVICE = torch.device("cpu")

def ds_checkpoint_dir(checkpoint_dir: _PATH, tag: str | None = None) -> str:
    if tag is None:
        latest_path = os.path.join(checkpoint_dir, "latest")
        if os.path.isfile(latest_path):
            with open(latest_path) as fd:
                tag =
            raise ValueError(f"Unable to find 'latest' file at {latest_path}")

    directory = os.path.join(checkpoint_dir, tag)

    if not os.path.isdir(directory):
        raise FileNotFoundError(f"Directory '{ds_checkpoint_dir}' doesn't exist")
    return directory

# Modified script from
[docs]def convert_zero_checkpoint_to_fp32_state_dict( checkpoint_dir: _PATH, output_file: _PATH, tag: str | None = None ) -> None: """Convert ZeRO 2 or 3 checkpoint into a single fp32 consolidated ``state_dict`` file that can be loaded with ``torch.load(file)`` + ``load_state_dict()`` and used for training without DeepSpeed. It gets copied into the top level checkpoint dir, so the user can easily do the conversion at any point in the future. Once extracted, the weights don't require DeepSpeed and can be used in any application. Additionally the script has been modified to ensure we keep the lightning state inside the state dict for being able to run ``LightningModule.load_from_checkpoint('...')```. Args: checkpoint_dir: path to the desired checkpoint folder. (one that contains the tag-folder, like ``global_step14``) output_file: path to the pytorch fp32 state_dict output file (e.g. path/pytorch_model.bin) tag: checkpoint tag used as a unique identifier for checkpoint. If not provided will attempt to load tag in the file named ``latest`` in the checkpoint folder, e.g., ``global_step14`` Examples: >>> from pytorch_lightning.utilities.deepspeed import ( ... convert_zero_checkpoint_to_fp32_state_dict ... ) >>> # Lightning deepspeed has saved a directory instead of a file >>> save_path = "lightning_logs/version_0/checkpoints/epoch=0-step=0.ckpt/" # doctest: +SKIP >>> output_path = "" # doctest: +SKIP >>> convert_zero_checkpoint_to_fp32_state_dict(save_path, output_path) # doctest: +SKIP Saving fp32 state dict to """ state_dict = get_fp32_state_dict_from_zero_checkpoint(checkpoint_dir, tag) # additional logic to ensure we keep the lightning state dict as well from rank 0. deepspeed_states = [ "module", "optimizer", "lr_scheduler", "csr_tensor_module_names", "skipped_steps", "global_steps", "dp_world_size", "mp_world_size", ] checkpoint_dir = ds_checkpoint_dir(checkpoint_dir) optim_files = get_optim_files(checkpoint_dir) optim_state = torch.load(optim_files[0], map_location=CPU_DEVICE) zero_stage = optim_state["optimizer_state_dict"]["zero_stage"] model_file = get_model_state_file(checkpoint_dir, zero_stage) client_state = torch.load(model_file, map_location=CPU_DEVICE) client_state = {key: value for key, value in client_state.items() if key not in deepspeed_states} # State dict keys will include reference to wrapper _LightningModuleWrapperBase # Delete `module` prefix before saving. state_dict = {k.partition("module.")[2]: state_dict[k] for k in state_dict.keys()} client_state["state_dict"] = state_dict print(f"Saving fp32 state dict to {output_file}"), output_file)

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