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"""Interface to runtime cuda kernel compile module."""
from __future__ import absolute_import

from array import array
import re
import ctypes
import numpy as np

from .base import _LIB, mx_uint, c_array, c_array_buf, c_str_array, check_call
from .base import c_str, CudaModuleHandle, CudaKernelHandle, numeric_types, string_types
from .ndarray import _DTYPE_NP_TO_MX, _DTYPE_MX_TO_NP, NDArray

    'float': np.float32,
    'double': np.float64,
    '__half': np.float16,
    'uint8_t': np.uint8,
    'int': np.int32,
    'int32_t': np.int32,
    'int8_t': np.int8,
    'char': np.int8,
    'int64_t': np.int64,

[docs]class CudaModule(object): r"""Compile and run CUDA code from Python. In CUDA 7.5, you need to prepend your kernel definitions with 'extern "C"' to avoid name mangling:: source = r''' extern "C" __global__ void axpy(const float *x, float *y, float alpha) { int i = threadIdx.x + blockIdx.x * blockDim.x; y[i] += alpha * x[i]; } ''' module = mx.rtc.CudaModule(source) func = module.get_kernel("axpy", "const float *x, float *y, float alpha") x = mx.nd.ones((10,), ctx=mx.gpu(0)) y = mx.nd.zeros((10,), ctx=mx.gpu(0)) func.launch([x, y, 3.0], mx.gpu(0), (1, 1, 1), (10, 1, 1)) print(y) Starting from CUDA 8.0, you can instead export functions by name. This also allows you to use templates:: source = r''' template __global__ void axpy(const DType *x, DType *y, DType alpha) { int i = threadIdx.x + blockIdx.x * blockDim.x; y[i] += alpha * x[i]; } ''' module = mx.rtc.CudaModule(source, exports=['axpy', 'axpy']) func32 = module.get_kernel("axpy", "const float *x, float *y, float alpha") x = mx.nd.ones((10,), dtype='float32', ctx=mx.gpu(0)) y = mx.nd.zeros((10,), dtype='float32', ctx=mx.gpu(0)) func32.launch([x, y, 3.0], mx.gpu(0), (1, 1, 1), (10, 1, 1)) print(y) func64 = module.get_kernel("axpy", "const double *x, double *y, double alpha") x = mx.nd.ones((10,), dtype='float64', ctx=mx.gpu(0)) y = mx.nd.zeros((10,), dtype='float64', ctx=mx.gpu(0)) func32.launch([x, y, 3.0], mx.gpu(0), (1, 1, 1), (10, 1, 1)) print(y) Parameters ---------- source : str Complete source code. options : tuple of str Compiler flags. For example, use "-I/usr/local/cuda/include" to add cuda headers to include path. exports : tuple of str Export kernel names. """ def __init__(self, source, options=(), exports=()): if isinstance(options, string_types): options = (options,) if isinstance(exports, string_types): exports = (exports,) self.handle = CudaModuleHandle() check_call(_LIB.MXRtcCudaModuleCreate( c_str(source), len(options), c_str_array(options), len(exports), c_str_array(exports), ctypes.byref(self.handle))) def __del__(self): check_call(_LIB.MXRtcCudaModuleFree(self.handle))
[docs] def get_kernel(self, name, signature): r"""Get CUDA kernel from compiled module. Parameters ---------- name : str String name of the kernel. signature : str Function signature for the kernel. For example, if a kernel is declared as:: extern "C" __global__ void axpy(const float *x, double *y, int alpha) Then its signature should be:: const float *x, double *y, int alpha or:: const float *, double *, int Note that `*` in signature marks an argument as array and `const` marks an argument as constant (input) array. Returns ------- CudaKernel CUDA kernels that can be launched on GPUs. """ hdl = CudaKernelHandle() is_ndarray = [] is_const = [] dtypes = [] pattern = re.compile(r"""^\s*(const)?\s*([\w_]+)\s*(\*)?\s*([\w_]+)?\s*$""") args = re.sub(r"\s+", " ", signature).split(",") for arg in args: match = pattern.match(arg) if not match or match.groups()[1] == 'const': raise ValueError( 'Invalid function prototype "%s". Must be in the ' 'form of "(const) type (*) (name)"'%arg) is_const.append(bool(match.groups()[0])) dtype = match.groups()[1] is_ndarray.append(bool(match.groups()[2])) if dtype not in _DTYPE_CPP_TO_NP: raise TypeError( "Unsupported kernel argument type %s. Supported types are: %s."%( arg, ','.join(_DTYPE_CPP_TO_NP.keys()))) dtypes.append(_DTYPE_NP_TO_MX[_DTYPE_CPP_TO_NP[dtype]]) check_call(_LIB.MXRtcCudaKernelCreate( self.handle, c_str(name), len(dtypes), c_array_buf(ctypes.c_int, array('i', is_ndarray)), c_array_buf(ctypes.c_int, array('i', is_const)), c_array_buf(ctypes.c_int, array('i', dtypes)), ctypes.byref(hdl))) return CudaKernel(hdl, name, is_ndarray, dtypes)
[docs]class CudaKernel(object): """Constructs CUDA kernel. Should be created by `CudaModule.get_kernel`, not intended to be used by users.""" def __init__(self, handle, name, is_ndarray, dtypes): self.handle = handle self._name = name self._is_ndarray = is_ndarray self._dtypes = [_DTYPE_MX_TO_NP[i] for i in dtypes] def __del__(self): check_call(_LIB.MXRtcCudaKernelFree(self.handle))
[docs] def launch(self, args, ctx, grid_dims, block_dims, shared_mem=0): """Launch cuda kernel. Parameters ---------- args : tuple of NDArray or numbers List of arguments for kernel. NDArrays are expected for pointer types (e.g. `float*`, `double*`) while numbers are expected for non-pointer types (e.g. `int`, `float`). ctx : Context The context to launch kernel on. Must be GPU context. grid_dims : tuple of 3 integers Grid dimensions for CUDA kernel. block_dims : tuple of 3 integers Block dimensions for CUDA kernel. shared_mem : integer, optional Size of dynamically allocated shared memory. Defaults to 0. """ assert ctx.device_type == 'gpu', "Cuda kernel can only be launched on GPU" assert len(grid_dims) == 3, "grid_dims must be a tuple of 3 integers" assert len(block_dims) == 3, "grid_dims must be a tuple of 3 integers" assert len(args) == len(self._dtypes), \ "CudaKernel(%s) expects %d arguments but got %d"%( self._name, len(self._dtypes), len(args)) void_args = [] ref_holder = [] for i, (arg, is_nd, dtype) in enumerate(zip(args, self._is_ndarray, self._dtypes)): if is_nd: assert isinstance(arg, NDArray), \ "The %d-th argument is expected to be a NDArray but got %s"%( i, type(arg)) void_args.append(arg.handle) else: assert isinstance(arg, numeric_types), \ "The %d-th argument is expected to be a number, but got %s"%( i, type(arg)) ref_holder.append(np.array(arg, dtype=dtype)) void_args.append(ref_holder[-1].ctypes.data_as(ctypes.c_void_p)) check_call(_LIB.MXRtcCudaKernelCall( self.handle, ctx.device_id, c_array(ctypes.c_void_p, void_args), mx_uint(grid_dims[0]), mx_uint(grid_dims[1]), mx_uint(grid_dims[2]), mx_uint(block_dims[0]), mx_uint(block_dims[1]), mx_uint(block_dims[2]), mx_uint(shared_mem)))