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Utilities for testing.

ReplayZeusMonitor

Bases: ZeusMonitor

A mock ZeusMonitor that replays windows recorded by a real monitor.

This class is for testing only. Based on a CSV log file that records the time and energy measurements of ZeusMonitor measurement windows, users can drop-in replace ZeusMonitor with this class to replay the measurement windows and fast forward training and time/energy measurement.

The methods exposed is identical to or a superset of ZeusMonitor, but behaves differently. Instead of monitoring the GPU, it replays events from a log file. The log file generated by ZeusMonitor (log_file) is guaranteed to be compatible and will replay time and energy measurements just like how the real monitor experienced them. Note that in the case of concurrent ongoing measurement windows, the log rows file should record windows in the order of end_window calls.

Attributes:

Name Type Description
gpu_indices `list[int]`

Indices of all the CUDA devices to monitor.

Source code in zeus/util/testing.py
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class ReplayZeusMonitor(ZeusMonitor):
    """A mock ZeusMonitor that replays windows recorded by a real monitor.

    This class is for testing only. Based on a CSV log file that records the time
    and energy measurements of `ZeusMonitor` measurement windows, users can drop-in
    replace `ZeusMonitor` with this class to replay the measurement windows and
    *fast forward* training and time/energy measurement.

    The methods exposed is identical to or a superset of `ZeusMonitor`, but behaves
    differently. Instead of monitoring the GPU, it replays events from a log file.
    The log file generated by `ZeusMonitor` (`log_file`) is guaranteed to be compatible
    and will replay time and energy measurements just like how the real monitor
    experienced them. Note that in the case of concurrent ongoing measurement windows,
    the log rows file should record windows in the order of `end_window` calls.

    Attributes:
        gpu_indices (`list[int]`): Indices of all the CUDA devices to monitor.
    """

    def __init__(
        self,
        gpu_indices: list[int] | None = None,
        monitor_exec: str = "zeus_monitor",
        log_file: str | Path | None = None,
        ignore_sync_cuda: bool = False,
        match_window_name: bool = True,
    ) -> None:
        """Initialize the replay monitor.

        The log file should be a CSV file with the following header (e.g. gpu_indices=[0, 2]):
        `start_time,window_name,elapsed_time,gpu0_energy,gpu2_energy`

        Args:
            gpu_indices: Indices of all the CUDA devices to monitor. This should be consistent
                with the indices used in the log file. If `None`, GPU indices will be inferred
                from the log file header. Does not respect `CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES`.
                (Default: `None`)
            monitor_exec: Zeus monitor executable. Not used. (Default: `"zeus_monitor"`)
            log_file: Path to the log CSV file to replay events from. `None` is not allowed.
            ignore_sync_cuda: Whether to ignore `sync_cuda` calls. (Default: `False`)
            match_window_name: Whether to make sure window names match. (Default: `True`)
        """
        if log_file is None:
            raise ValueError("`log_file` cannot be `None` for `ReplayZeusMonitor`.")

        self.monitor_exec = monitor_exec
        self.log_file = open(log_file)
        self.ignore_sync_cuda = ignore_sync_cuda
        self.match_window_name = match_window_name

        # Infer GPU indices from the log file if not provided.
        header = self.log_file.readline()
        if gpu_indices is None:
            gpu_indices = [
                int(gpu.split("_")[0][3:]) for gpu in header.split(",")[3:] if gpu
            ]
        self.nvml_gpu_indices = self.gpu_indices = gpu_indices

        self.logger = get_logger(type(self).__name__)
        self.logger.info(
            "Replaying from '%s' with GPU indices %s", log_file, gpu_indices
        )

        # Keep track of ongoing measurement windows.
        self.ongoing_windows = []

    def begin_window(self, key: str, sync_cuda: bool = True) -> None:
        """Begin a new window.

        This method just pushes the key into a list of ongoing measurement windows,
        and just makes sure it's unique.

        Args:
            key: Name of the measurement window.
            sync_cuda: Whether to synchronize CUDA before starting the measurement window.
                (Default: `True`)
        """
        if key in self.ongoing_windows:
            raise RuntimeError(f"Window {key} is already ongoing.")
        self.ongoing_windows.append(key)

        if not self.ignore_sync_cuda and sync_cuda:
            for gpu_index in self.gpu_indices:
                cuda_sync(gpu_index)

        self.logger.info("Measurement window '%s' started.", key)

    def end_window(
        self, key: str, sync_cuda: bool = True, cancel: bool = False
    ) -> Measurement:
        """End an ongoing window.

        This method pops the key from a list of ongoing measurement windows and
        constructs a `Measurement` object corresponding to the name of the window
        from the log file. If the name of the window does not match the expected
        one, a `RuntimeError` is raised.

        Args:
            key: Name of the measurement window.
            sync_cuda: Whether to synchronize CUDA before ending the measurement window.
                (Default: `True`)
            cancel: Whether to cancel the measurement window. This will not consume a
                line from the log file. (Default: `False`)
        """
        try:
            self.ongoing_windows.remove(key)
        except ValueError:
            raise RuntimeError(f"Window {key} is not ongoing.") from None

        if not self.ignore_sync_cuda and sync_cuda:
            for gpu_index in self.gpu_indices:
                cuda_sync(gpu_index)

        if cancel:
            self.logger.info("Measurement window '%s' cancelled.", key)
            return Measurement(
                time=0.0, energy={gpu_index: 0.0 for gpu_index in self.gpu_indices}
            )

        # Read the next line from the log file.
        line = self.log_file.readline()
        if not line:
            raise RuntimeError("No more lines in the log file.")
        _, window_name, *nums = line.split(",")
        if self.match_window_name and window_name != key:
            raise RuntimeError(f"Was expecting {window_name}, not {key}.")
        if len(nums) != len(self.gpu_indices) + 1:
            raise RuntimeError(
                f"Line has unexpected number of energy measurements: {line}"
            )
        time_consumption, *energy_consumptions = map(float, nums)
        energy = dict(zip(self.gpu_indices, energy_consumptions))
        measurement = Measurement(time=time_consumption, energy=energy)

        self.logger.info("Measurement window '%s' ended (%s).", key, measurement)

        return measurement

__init__

__init__(gpu_indices=None, monitor_exec='zeus_monitor', log_file=None, ignore_sync_cuda=False, match_window_name=True)

The log file should be a CSV file with the following header (e.g. gpu_indices=[0, 2]): start_time,window_name,elapsed_time,gpu0_energy,gpu2_energy

Parameters:

Name Type Description Default
gpu_indices list[int] | None

Indices of all the CUDA devices to monitor. This should be consistent with the indices used in the log file. If None, GPU indices will be inferred from the log file header. Does not respect CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES. (Default: None)

None
monitor_exec str

Zeus monitor executable. Not used. (Default: "zeus_monitor")

'zeus_monitor'
log_file str | Path | None

Path to the log CSV file to replay events from. None is not allowed.

None
ignore_sync_cuda bool

Whether to ignore sync_cuda calls. (Default: False)

False
match_window_name bool

Whether to make sure window names match. (Default: True)

True
Source code in zeus/util/testing.py
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def __init__(
    self,
    gpu_indices: list[int] | None = None,
    monitor_exec: str = "zeus_monitor",
    log_file: str | Path | None = None,
    ignore_sync_cuda: bool = False,
    match_window_name: bool = True,
) -> None:
    """Initialize the replay monitor.

    The log file should be a CSV file with the following header (e.g. gpu_indices=[0, 2]):
    `start_time,window_name,elapsed_time,gpu0_energy,gpu2_energy`

    Args:
        gpu_indices: Indices of all the CUDA devices to monitor. This should be consistent
            with the indices used in the log file. If `None`, GPU indices will be inferred
            from the log file header. Does not respect `CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES`.
            (Default: `None`)
        monitor_exec: Zeus monitor executable. Not used. (Default: `"zeus_monitor"`)
        log_file: Path to the log CSV file to replay events from. `None` is not allowed.
        ignore_sync_cuda: Whether to ignore `sync_cuda` calls. (Default: `False`)
        match_window_name: Whether to make sure window names match. (Default: `True`)
    """
    if log_file is None:
        raise ValueError("`log_file` cannot be `None` for `ReplayZeusMonitor`.")

    self.monitor_exec = monitor_exec
    self.log_file = open(log_file)
    self.ignore_sync_cuda = ignore_sync_cuda
    self.match_window_name = match_window_name

    # Infer GPU indices from the log file if not provided.
    header = self.log_file.readline()
    if gpu_indices is None:
        gpu_indices = [
            int(gpu.split("_")[0][3:]) for gpu in header.split(",")[3:] if gpu
        ]
    self.nvml_gpu_indices = self.gpu_indices = gpu_indices

    self.logger = get_logger(type(self).__name__)
    self.logger.info(
        "Replaying from '%s' with GPU indices %s", log_file, gpu_indices
    )

    # Keep track of ongoing measurement windows.
    self.ongoing_windows = []

begin_window

begin_window(key, sync_cuda=True)

Begin a new window.

This method just pushes the key into a list of ongoing measurement windows, and just makes sure it's unique.

Parameters:

Name Type Description Default
key str

Name of the measurement window.

required
sync_cuda bool

Whether to synchronize CUDA before starting the measurement window. (Default: True)

True
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def begin_window(self, key: str, sync_cuda: bool = True) -> None:
    """Begin a new window.

    This method just pushes the key into a list of ongoing measurement windows,
    and just makes sure it's unique.

    Args:
        key: Name of the measurement window.
        sync_cuda: Whether to synchronize CUDA before starting the measurement window.
            (Default: `True`)
    """
    if key in self.ongoing_windows:
        raise RuntimeError(f"Window {key} is already ongoing.")
    self.ongoing_windows.append(key)

    if not self.ignore_sync_cuda and sync_cuda:
        for gpu_index in self.gpu_indices:
            cuda_sync(gpu_index)

    self.logger.info("Measurement window '%s' started.", key)

end_window

end_window(key, sync_cuda=True, cancel=False)

End an ongoing window.

This method pops the key from a list of ongoing measurement windows and constructs a Measurement object corresponding to the name of the window from the log file. If the name of the window does not match the expected one, a RuntimeError is raised.

Parameters:

Name Type Description Default
key str

Name of the measurement window.

required
sync_cuda bool

Whether to synchronize CUDA before ending the measurement window. (Default: True)

True
cancel bool

Whether to cancel the measurement window. This will not consume a line from the log file. (Default: False)

False
Source code in zeus/util/testing.py
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def end_window(
    self, key: str, sync_cuda: bool = True, cancel: bool = False
) -> Measurement:
    """End an ongoing window.

    This method pops the key from a list of ongoing measurement windows and
    constructs a `Measurement` object corresponding to the name of the window
    from the log file. If the name of the window does not match the expected
    one, a `RuntimeError` is raised.

    Args:
        key: Name of the measurement window.
        sync_cuda: Whether to synchronize CUDA before ending the measurement window.
            (Default: `True`)
        cancel: Whether to cancel the measurement window. This will not consume a
            line from the log file. (Default: `False`)
    """
    try:
        self.ongoing_windows.remove(key)
    except ValueError:
        raise RuntimeError(f"Window {key} is not ongoing.") from None

    if not self.ignore_sync_cuda and sync_cuda:
        for gpu_index in self.gpu_indices:
            cuda_sync(gpu_index)

    if cancel:
        self.logger.info("Measurement window '%s' cancelled.", key)
        return Measurement(
            time=0.0, energy={gpu_index: 0.0 for gpu_index in self.gpu_indices}
        )

    # Read the next line from the log file.
    line = self.log_file.readline()
    if not line:
        raise RuntimeError("No more lines in the log file.")
    _, window_name, *nums = line.split(",")
    if self.match_window_name and window_name != key:
        raise RuntimeError(f"Was expecting {window_name}, not {key}.")
    if len(nums) != len(self.gpu_indices) + 1:
        raise RuntimeError(
            f"Line has unexpected number of energy measurements: {line}"
        )
    time_consumption, *energy_consumptions = map(float, nums)
    energy = dict(zip(self.gpu_indices, energy_consumptions))
    measurement = Measurement(time=time_consumption, energy=energy)

    self.logger.info("Measurement window '%s' ended (%s).", key, measurement)

    return measurement