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Subject [GitHub] [incubator-mxnet] maybeLee commented on issue #20416: MXNetError: Check failed: assign(&dattr, vec.at(i)): Incompatible attr in node at 0-th output: expected [256], got [1]
Date Fri, 09 Jul 2021 14:53:33 GMT

maybeLee commented on issue #20416:
URL: https://github.com/apache/incubator-mxnet/issues/20416#issuecomment-877246558


   Hi, to make this bug easier to reproduce and understand. I simplify the triggering model
into a very easy three-layer randomly generated model.
   The model includes three layers: 1 softmax, 1 max pooling, and 1 batch normalization. I
create such models using keras and randomly generate weights for batch normalization layer.
   You can reproduce the bug by running following code with mxnet version 1.8.0, _you don't
need to use all the other trained models:_
   
   ```
   import os
   import argparse
   import sys
   import warnings
   parse = argparse.ArgumentParser()
   parse.add_argument("--bk", type=str,default="mxnet", help="the name of backend")
   flags, _ = parse.parse_known_args(sys.argv[1:])
   os.environ["KERAS_BACKEND"]=flags.bk
   import keras
   from keras import initializers, layers
   import numpy as np
   warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", category=DeprecationWarning)
   warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", category=UserWarning)
   model_1 = keras.models.Sequential()
   model_1.add(layers.Softmax())
   model_1.add(layers.MaxPooling2D())
   model_1.add(layers.BatchNormalization())
   x = np.random.rand(1,3,3,256)
   pred = model_1.predict(x)
   print(pred)
   ```
   By running the following command (I assume you save the above toy program as `try.py`:
   - `python try --bk mxnet`
   You will meet a crash with the same symptom as I mentioned before:
   
   ```
   Traceback (most recent call last):
     File "try.py", line 23, in <module>
       pred = model_1.predict(x)
     File "/root/anaconda3/envs/diffcu_mxnet/lib/python3.6/site-packages/keras/engine/training.py",
line 1184, in predict
       steps=steps)
     File "/root/anaconda3/envs/diffcu_mxnet/lib/python3.6/site-packages/keras/engine/training_arrays.py",
line 295, in predict_loop
       batch_outs = f(ins_batch)
     File "/root/anaconda3/envs/diffcu_mxnet/lib/python3.6/site-packages/keras/backend/mxnet_backend.py",
line 5645, in predict_function
       data, label, _, data_shapes, label_shapes = self._adjust_module(inputs, 'pred')
     File "/root/anaconda3/envs/diffcu_mxnet/lib/python3.6/site-packages/keras/backend/mxnet_backend.py",
line 5525, in _adjust_module
       self._set_weights()
     File "/root/anaconda3/envs/diffcu_mxnet/lib/python3.6/site-packages/keras/backend/mxnet_backend.py",
line 5573, in _set_weights
       allow_missing=True)
     File "/mxnet/incubator-mxnet/python/mxnet/module/bucketing_module.py", line 220, in set_params
       force_init=force_init, allow_extra=allow_extra)
     File "/mxnet/incubator-mxnet/python/mxnet/module/module.py", line 358, in set_params
       self._exec_group.set_params(arg_params, aux_params, allow_extra=allow_extra)
     File "/mxnet/incubator-mxnet/python/mxnet/module/executor_group.py", line 422, in set_params
       exec_.copy_params_from(arg_params, aux_params, allow_extra_params=allow_extra)
     File "/mxnet/incubator-mxnet/python/mxnet/executor.py", line 367, in copy_params_from
       array.astype(dst.dtype).copyto(dst)
     File "/mxnet/incubator-mxnet/python/mxnet/ndarray/ndarray.py", line 2663, in copyto
       return _internal._copyto(self, out=other)
     File "<string>", line 27, in _copyto
     File "/mxnet/incubator-mxnet/python/mxnet/_ctypes/ndarray.py", line 91, in _imperative_invoke
       ctypes.byref(out_stypes)))
     File "/mxnet/incubator-mxnet/python/mxnet/base.py", line 246, in check_call
       raise get_last_ffi_error()
   mxnet.base.MXNetError: Traceback (most recent call last):
     File "src/operator/numpy/linalg/./../../tensor/../elemwise_op_common.h", line 135
   MXNetError: Check failed: assign(&dattr, vec.at(i)): Incompatible attr in node  at
0-th output: expected [256], got [1]
   ```
   
   But if you run such program using CNTK as the backend (`python try.py --bk cntk`), everything
works fine.
   
   One interesting thing is that: If I delete either `softmax layer`, `batch normalization`
or `max pooling layer`, no crash will happen. 
   Further, I tried some investigations and guess this is a bug caused by the wrong shape
inference of mxnet.
   
   When I change the shape of input to `x=np.random.rand(1, 3, 3, 1)` or `x = np.random.rand(1,
8, 8, 4)` or `x=np.random.rand(1, 5, 3, 1)` , everything works fine and mxnet will not crash.

   **But if I set the shape of input to `x=np.random.rand(1,3,3,10)`, which the `-1 th` dimension
does not match the `-2 th` dimension after max pooling, mxnet will crash and report such check
failed issue.**
   Therefore, I assume in some code logic inner elementwise_op_common.h file, it assumes the
`-1 th` dimension should be consistent with `-2 th` dimension. 
   
   Can you help check whether this is a true problem? And what's is the root cause of such
issue?
   Indeed thanks for your help.
   
   
   


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