Source code for orion.core.utils.exceptions

Custom exceptions for Oríon


No commandline configuration found for new experiment."""

No name provided for the experiment."""

[docs]class NoConfigurationError(Exception): """Raise when commandline configuration is empty.""" def __init__(self, message=NO_CONFIGURATION_FOUND): super().__init__(message)
[docs]class NoNameError(Exception): """Raise when no name is provided for an experiment.""" def __init__(self, message=NO_EXP_NAME_PROVIDED): super().__init__(message)
[docs]class CheckError(Exception): """Raise when a check has failed."""
[docs]class RaceCondition(Exception): """Raise when a race condition occurred."""
[docs]class ReservationRaceCondition(Exception): """Raised when a runner tries to reserve a trial that was recently generated but another runner snatched it first. """
[docs]class LazyWorkers(Exception): """Raised when all the workers have been idle for a given amount of time"""
MISSING_RESULT_FILE = """ Cannot parse result file. Make sure to report results in file `$ORION_RESULTS_PATH`. This can be done with `orion.client.cli.report_objective()`. """
[docs]class MissingResultFile(Exception): """Raise when no result file (or empty) at end of trial execution.""" def __init__(self, message=MISSING_RESULT_FILE): super().__init__(message)
BRANCHING_ERROR_MESSAGE = """\ Configuration is different and generates a branching event: {} Hint ---- This error is typically caused by the following 2 reasons: 1) Commandline calls where arguments are different from one worker to another (think of paths that are worker specific). There will be --cli-change-type in the error message above if it is the case. 2) User script that writes to the repository of the script, causing changes in the code and therefore leading to branching events. There will be --code-change-type in the error message above if it is the case. For each case you should: 1) Use --non-monitored-arguments [ARGUMENT_NAME] (where you argument would be --argument-name, note the lack of dashes at the beginning and the underscores instead of dashes between words) The commandline argument only support one entry. To ignore many arguments, you can use the option in a local config file, or in the global config file: ``` evc: non_monitored_arguments: ['FIRST_ARG', 'ANOTHER_ARG'] ``` 2) Avoid writing data in your repository. It should only be code anyway, right? :) Otherwise, you can ignore code changes altogether with option --ignore-code-changes. """
[docs]class BranchingEvent(Exception): """Raise when conflicts could not be automatically resolved.""" def __init__(self, status, message=BRANCHING_ERROR_MESSAGE): super().__init__(message.format(status))
[docs]class ReservationTimeout(Exception): """Raised when the experiment client is not able to reserve a trial in time"""
[docs]class WaitingForTrials(Exception): """Raised when the algorithm needs to wait for some trials to complete before it can suggest new ones """
[docs]class CompletedExperiment(Exception): """Raised when attempting to suggest new trials for an experiment that is completed"""
[docs]class BrokenExperiment(Exception): """Raised when too many trials failed in an experiment and it is now considered broken"""
INEXECUTABLE_USER_SCRIPT_ERROR_MESSAGE = """\ User script is not executable: {} Use chmod +x <your script> to make it executable. If your script is written in python, you can otherwise use `python <your script>` instead of `./<your script>`. """
[docs]class InexecutableUserScript(PermissionError): """Raised during consumption when user script is not executable""" def __init__(self, cmdline, message=INEXECUTABLE_USER_SCRIPT_ERROR_MESSAGE): super().__init__(message.format(cmdline))
[docs]class UnsupportedOperation(Exception): """The operation is not supported with current access rights"""
[docs]class InvalidResult(ValueError): """The format of trial result is invalid."""