Source code for compiler_gym.datasets.benchmark

# Copyright (c) Facebook, Inc. and its affiliates.
#
# This source code is licensed under the MIT license found in the
# LICENSE file in the root directory of this source tree.
from concurrent.futures import as_completed
from pathlib import Path
from typing import Callable, Iterable, List, NamedTuple, Optional, Union

import compiler_gym.errors
from compiler_gym.datasets.uri import BenchmarkUri
from compiler_gym.errors import ValidationError
from compiler_gym.service.proto import Benchmark as BenchmarkProto
from compiler_gym.service.proto import File
from compiler_gym.util import thread_pool
from compiler_gym.util.decorators import memoized_property

# A validation callback is a function that takes a single CompilerEnv instance
# as its argument and returns an iterable sequence of zero or more
# ValidationError tuples.
ValidationCallback = Callable[["CompilerEnv"], Iterable[ValidationError]]  # noqa: F821


[docs]class BenchmarkSource(NamedTuple): """A source file that is used to generate a benchmark. A benchmark may comprise many source files. .. warning:: The :class:`BenchmarkSource <compiler_gym.datasets.BenchmarkSource>` class is new and is likely to change in the future. """ filename: str """The name of the file.""" contents: bytes """The contents of the file as a byte array.""" def __repr__(self) -> str: return str(self.filename)
[docs]class Benchmark: """A benchmark represents a particular program that is being compiled. A benchmark is a program that can be used by a :class:`CompilerEnv <compiler_gym.envs.CompilerEnv>` as a program to optimize. A benchmark comprises the data that is fed into the compiler, identified by a URI. Benchmarks are not normally instantiated directly. Instead, benchmarks are instantiated using :meth:`env.datasets.benchmark(uri) <compiler_gym.datasets.Datasets.benchmark>`: >>> env.datasets.benchmark("benchmark://npb-v0/20") benchmark://npb-v0/20 The available benchmark URIs can be queried using :meth:`env.datasets.benchmark_uris() <compiler_gym.datasets.Datasets.benchmark_uris>`. >>> next(env.datasets.benchmark_uris()) 'benchmark://cbench-v1/adpcm' Compiler environments may provide additional helper functions for generating benchmarks, such as :meth:`env.make_benchmark() <compiler_gym.envs.LlvmEnv.make_benchmark>` for LLVM. A Benchmark instance wraps an instance of the :code:`Benchmark` protocol buffer from the `RPC interface <https://github.com/facebookresearch/CompilerGym/blob/development/compiler_gym/service/proto/compiler_gym_service.proto>`_ with additional functionality. The data underlying benchmarks should be considered immutable. New attributes cannot be assigned to Benchmark instances. The benchmark for an environment can be set during :meth:`env.reset() <compiler_gym.envs.CompilerEnv.reset>`. The currently active benchmark can be queried using :attr:`env.benchmark <compiler_gym.envs.CompilerEnv.benchmark>`: >>> env = gym.make("llvm-v0") >>> env.reset(benchmark="benchmark://cbench-v1/crc32") >>> env.benchmark benchmark://cbench-v1/crc32 """ __slots__ = ["_proto", "_validation_callbacks", "_sources"] def __init__( self, proto: BenchmarkProto, validation_callbacks: Optional[List[ValidationCallback]] = None, sources: Optional[List[BenchmarkSource]] = None, ): self._proto = proto self._validation_callbacks = validation_callbacks or [] self._sources = list(sources or []) def __repr__(self) -> str: return str(self.uri) def __hash__(self) -> int: return hash(self.uri) @property def uri(self) -> BenchmarkUri: """The URI of the benchmark. Benchmark URIs should be unique, that is, that two URIs with the same value should resolve to the same benchmark. However, URIs do not have uniquely describe a benchmark. That is, multiple identical benchmarks could have different URIs. :return: A URI string. :type: string """ return BenchmarkUri.from_string(self._proto.uri) @property def proto(self) -> BenchmarkProto: """The protocol buffer representing the benchmark. :return: A Benchmark message. :type: :code:`Benchmark` """ return self._proto @property def sources(self) -> Iterable[BenchmarkSource]: """The original source code used to produce this benchmark, as a list of :class:`BenchmarkSource <compiler_gym.datasets.BenchmarkSource>` instances. :return: A sequence of source files. :type: :code:`Iterable[BenchmarkSource]` .. warning:: The :meth:`Benchmark.sources <compiler_gym.datasets.Benchmark.sources>` property is new and is likely to change in the future. """ return (BenchmarkSource(*x) for x in self._sources)
[docs] def is_validatable(self) -> bool: """Whether the benchmark has any validation callbacks registered. :return: :code:`True` if the benchmark has at least one validation callback. """ return self._validation_callbacks != []
[docs] def validate(self, env: "CompilerEnv") -> List[ValidationError]: # noqa: F821 """Run the validation callbacks and return any errors. If no errors are returned, validation has succeeded: >>> benchmark.validate(env) [] If an error occurs, a :class:`ValidationError <compiler_gym.ValidationError>` tuple will describe the type of the error, and optionally contain other data: >>> benchmark.validate(env) [ValidationError(type="RuntimeError")] Multiple :class:`ValidationError <compiler_gym.ValidationError>` errors may be returned to indicate multiple errors. This is a synchronous version of :meth:`ivalidate() <compiler_gym.datasets.Benchmark.ivalidate>` that blocks until all results are ready: >>> benchmark.validate(env) == list(benchmark.ivalidate(env)) True :param env: The :class:`CompilerEnv <compiler_gym.envs.CompilerEnv>` instance that is being validated. :return: A list of zero or more :class:`ValidationError <compiler_gym.ValidationError>` tuples that occurred during validation. """ return list(self.ivalidate(env))
[docs] def ivalidate(self, env: "CompilerEnv") -> Iterable[ValidationError]: # noqa: F821 """Run the validation callbacks and return a generator of errors. This is an asynchronous version of :meth:`validate() <compiler_gym.datasets.Benchmark.validate>` that returns immediately. :parameter env: A :class:`CompilerEnv <compiler_gym.envs.CompilerEnv>` instance to validate. :return: A generator of :class:`ValidationError <compiler_gym.ValidationError>` tuples that occur during validation. """ executor = thread_pool.get_thread_pool_executor() futures = ( executor.submit(validator, env) for validator in self.validation_callbacks() ) for future in as_completed(futures): result: Iterable[ValidationError] = future.result() if result: yield from result
[docs] def validation_callbacks( self, ) -> List[ValidationCallback]: """Return the list of registered validation callbacks. :return: A list of callables. See :meth:`add_validation_callback() <compiler_gym.datasets.Benchmark.add_validation_callback>`. """ return self._validation_callbacks
[docs] def add_source(self, source: BenchmarkSource) -> None: """Register a new source file for this benchmark. :param source: The :class:`BenchmarkSource <compiler_gym.datasets.BenchmarkSource>` to register. """ self._sources.append(source)
[docs] def add_validation_callback( self, validation_callback: ValidationCallback, ) -> None: """Register a new validation callback that will be executed on :meth:`validate() <compiler_gym.datasets.Benchmark.validate>`. :param validation_callback: A callback that accepts a single :class:`CompilerEnv <compiler_gym.envs.CompilerEnv>` argument and returns an iterable sequence of zero or more :class:`ValidationError <compiler_gym.ValidationError>` tuples. Validation callbacks must be thread safe and must not modify the environment. """ self._validation_callbacks.append(validation_callback)
[docs] def write_sources_to_directory(self, directory: Path) -> int: """Write the source files for this benchmark to the given directory. This writes each of the :attr:`benchmark.sources <compiler_gym.datasets.Benchmark.sources>` files to disk. If the benchmark has no sources, no files are written. :param directory: The directory to write results to. If it does not exist, it is created. :return: The number of files written. """ directory = Path(directory) directory.mkdir(exist_ok=True, parents=True) uniq_paths = set() for filename, contents in self.sources: path = directory / filename uniq_paths.add(path) path.parent.mkdir(exist_ok=True, parents=True) with open(path, "wb") as f: f.write(contents) return len(uniq_paths)
[docs] @classmethod def from_file(cls, uri: Union[str, BenchmarkUri], path: Path): """Construct a benchmark from a file. :param uri: The URI of the benchmark. :param path: A filesystem path. :raise FileNotFoundError: If the path does not exist. :return: A :class:`Benchmark <compiler_gym.datasets.Benchmark>` instance. """ path = Path(path) if not path.is_file(): raise FileNotFoundError(path) # Read the file data into memory and embed it inside the File protocol # buffer. An alternative would be to simply embed the file path in the # File.uri field, but this won't work for distributed services which # don't share a filesystem. with open(path, "rb") as f: contents = f.read() return cls(proto=BenchmarkProto(uri=str(uri), program=File(contents=contents)))
[docs] @classmethod def from_file_contents(cls, uri: Union[str, BenchmarkUri], data: bytes): """Construct a benchmark from raw data. :param uri: The URI of the benchmark. :param data: An array of bytes that will be passed to the compiler service. """ return cls(proto=BenchmarkProto(uri=str(uri), program=File(contents=data)))
def __eq__(self, other: Union[str, "Benchmark"]): if isinstance(other, Benchmark): return self.uri == other.uri return self.uri == other def __lt__(self, other: Union[str, "Benchmark"]): if isinstance(other, Benchmark): return self.uri < other.uri return self.uri < other def __le__(self, other: Union[str, "Benchmark"]): return self < other or self == other
# Deprecated since v0.2.4. # This type is for backwards compatibility that will be removed in a future release. # Please, use errors from `compiler_gym.errors`. BenchmarkInitError = compiler_gym.errors.BenchmarkInitError class BenchmarkWithSource(Benchmark): """A benchmark which has a single source file.""" def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): super().__init__(*args, **kwargs) self._src_name = None self._src_path = None @classmethod def create( cls, uri: str, input_path: Path, src_name: str, src_path: Path ) -> Benchmark: """Create a benchmark from paths.""" benchmark = cls.from_file(uri, input_path) benchmark._src_name = src_name # pylint: disable=protected-access benchmark._src_path = src_path # pylint: disable=protected-access return benchmark @memoized_property def sources( # pylint: disable=invalid-overridden-method self, ) -> Iterable[BenchmarkSource]: with open(self._src_path, "rb") as f: return [ BenchmarkSource(filename=self._src_name, contents=f.read()), ] @property def source(self) -> str: """Return the single source file contents as a string.""" return list(self.sources)[0].contents.decode("utf-8")