Source code for opacus.validators.utils

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from typing import Sequence, Union

from .module_validator import ModuleValidator


DEFAULT_MODULE_VALIDATOR = ModuleValidator


[docs]def register_module_validator( target_class_or_classes: Union[type, Sequence[type]], validator_class: type = DEFAULT_MODULE_VALIDATOR, ): """ Registers the decorated function as the ``validator`` of ``target_class_or_classes``, which is the function that will be invoked every time you want to validate that a module is compatible for training with Opacus. You may supply your own validator_class that holds the registry of VALIDATORS. The signature of every validator is always the same: >>> @register_module_validator(MyCustomModel) ... def validate(module: nn.Module, **kwargs) -> List[opacus.validators.errors.UnsupportedError]: ... pass It may help you to take a look at the existing validator inside Opacus, under ``opacus.validators.`` """ def decorator(f): target_classes = ( target_class_or_classes if isinstance(target_class_or_classes, Sequence) else [target_class_or_classes] ) for target_class in target_classes: validator_class.VALIDATORS[target_class] = f return f return decorator
[docs]def register_module_fixer( target_class_or_classes: Union[type, Sequence[type]], validator_class: type = DEFAULT_MODULE_VALIDATOR, ): """ Registers the decorated function as the ``fixer`` of ``target_class_or_classes``, which is the function that will be invoked every time you want to fix an incompatoble module to make it work for training with Opacus. You may supply your own validator_class that holds the registry of FIXERS. The signature of every fixer is always the same: >>> @register_module_fixer(MyCustomModel) ... def fix(module: nn.Module, **kwargs) -> nn.Module: ... pass It may help you to take a look at the existing fixers inside Opacus, under ``opacus.validators.`` """ def decorator(f): target_classes = ( target_class_or_classes if isinstance(target_class_or_classes, Sequence) else [target_class_or_classes] ) for target_class in target_classes: validator_class.FIXERS[target_class] = f return f return decorator