Debugging and Logging¶
All logging messages output to standard error stream (
stderr). The following environment variables can be used to control logging:
MIOPEN_ENABLE_LOGGING- Enables printing the basic layer by layer MIOpen API call information with actual parameters (configurations). Important for debugging. Disabled by default.
MIOPEN_ENABLE_LOGGING_CMD- A user can use this environmental variable to output the associated
MIOpenDrivercommand line(s) onto console. Disabled by default.
NOTE: These two and other two-state (“boolean”) environment variables can be set to the following values:1, yes, true, enable, enabled - to enable feature 0, no, false, disable, disabled - to disable feature
MIOPEN_LOG_LEVEL- In addition to API call information and driver commands, MIOpen prints various information related to the progress of its internal operations. This information can be useful both for debugging and for understanding the principles of operation of the library. The
MIOPEN_LOG_LEVELenvironment variable controls the verbosity of these messages. Allowed values are:
- 0 - Default. Works as level 4 for Release builds, level 5 for Debug builds.
- 1 - Quiet. No logging messages.
- 2 - Fatal errors only (not used yet).
- 3 - Errors and fatals.
- 4 - All errors and warnings.
- 5 - Info. All the above plus information for debugging purposes.
- 6 - Detailed info. All the above plus more detailed information for debugging.
- 7 - Trace: the most detailed debugging info plus all above.
NOTE: When asking for technical support, please include the console log obtained with the following settings:export MIOPEN_ENABLE_LOGGING=1 export MIOPEN_ENABLE_LOGGING_CMD=1 export MIOPEN_LOG_LEVEL=6
MIOPEN_ENABLE_LOGGING_MPMT- When enabled, each log line is prefixed with information which allows the user to identify records printed from different processes and/or threads. Useful for debugging multi-process/multi-threaded apps.
The following list of environment variables allow for enabling/disabling various kinds of kernels and algorithms. This can be helpful for both debugging MIOpen and integration with frameworks.
NOTE: These variables can be set to the following values:1, yes, true, enable, enabled - to enable kernels/algorithm 0, no, false, disable, disabled - to disable kernels/algorithm
If a variable is not set, then MIOpen behaves as if it is set to
enabled, unless otherwise specified. So all kinds of kernels/algorithms are enabled by default and the below variables can be used for disabling them. The exception to this rule is
MIOPEN_DEBUG_CONV_IMPLICIT_GEMM which is disabled by default:
MIOPEN_DEBUG_CONV_FFT– FFT convolution algorithm.
MIOPEN_DEBUG_CONV_DIRECT– Direct convolution algorithm.
MIOPEN_DEBUG_CONV_GEMM- GEMM convolution algorithm. These are implemented on top of miopengemm or rocBlas.
MIOPEN_DEBUG_GCN_ASM_KERNELS– Kernels written in assembly language. So far, the most of the assembly kernels are implementing the Direct convolution algorithm.
MIOPEN_DEBUG_CONV_IMPLICIT_GEMM– FP32 implicit GEMM convolution algorithm, disabled by default due to compatibility issue with older compiler. Set to 1 to turn on implicit GEMM algorithm.
MIOPEN_DEBUG_AMD_ROCM_PRECOMPILED_BINARIES- Binary kernels. Right now all the binary kernels are Winograd ones, however, not all Winograds are binaries. To disable all Winograd algorithms, the following two vars can be used:
MIOPEN_DEBUG_AMD_WINOGRAD_3X3- FP32 Winograd Fwd/Bwd, filter size fixed to 3x3.
MIOPEN_DEBUG_AMD_WINOGRAD_RXS- FP32 and FP16 Winograd Fwd/Bwd, variable filter size.
MIOPEN_DEBUG_AMD_FUSED_WINOGRAD- Fused FP32 Winograd kernels, variable filter size.
rocBlas Logging and Behavior¶
ROCBLAS_LAYER environmental variable can be set to output GEMM information:
ROCBLAS_LAYER=- is not set, there is no logging
ROCBLAS_LAYER=1- is set to 1, then there is trace logging
ROCBLAS_LAYER=2- is set to 2, then there is bench logging
ROCBLAS_LAYER=3- is set to 3, then there is both trace and bench logging
Additionally, using environment variable “MIOPEN_GEMM_ENFORCE_BACKEND”, can override the default behavior. The default behavior which is to use both MIOpenGEMM and rocBlas depending on the input configuration:
MIOPEN_GEMM_ENFORCE_BACKEND=1, use rocBLAS if enabled
MIOPEN_GEMM_ENFORCE_BACKEND=2, use MIOpenGEMM for FP32, use rocBLAS for FP16 if enabled
MIOPEN_GEMM_ENFORCE_BACKEND=3, no gemm will be called
MIOPEN_GEMM_ENFORCE_BACKEND=<any other value>, use default behavior
To disable using rocBlas entirely, set the configuration flag
-DMIOPEN_USE_ROCBLAS=Off during MIOpen configuration.
More information on logging with RocBlas can be found here.