save_inference_model(dirname, feeded_var_names, target_vars, executor, main_program=None, model_filename=None, params_filename=None, export_for_deployment=True, program_only=False)
Prune the given main_program to build a new program especially for inference, and then save it and all related parameters to given dirname . If you just want to save parameters of your trained model, please use the save_params . You can refer to Save and Load a Model for more details.
dirnameis used to specify the folder where inference model structure and parameters are going to be saved. If you would like to save params of Program in separate files, set params_filename None; if you would like to save all params of Program in a single file, use params_filename to specify the file name.
dirname (str) – The directory path to save the inference model.
feeded_var_names (list[str]) – list of string. Names of variables that need to be feeded data during inference.
target_vars (list[Variable]) – list of Variable. Variables from which we can get inference results.
executor (Executor) – The executor that saves the inference model. You can refer to Executor for more details.
main_program (Program, optional) – The original program, which will be pruned to build the inference model. If is setted None, the global default
_main_program_will be used. Default: None.
model_filename (str, optional) – The name of file to save the inference program itself. If is setted None, a default filename
__model__will be used.
params_filename (str, optional) – The name of file to save all related parameters. If it is setted None, parameters will be saved in separate files .
export_for_deployment (bool) – If True, programs are modified to only support direct inference deployment. Otherwise, more information will be stored for flexible optimization and re-training. Currently, only True is supported. Default: True.
program_only (bool, optional) – If True, It will save inference program only, and do not save params of Program. Default: False.
The fetch variables’ name list
- Return Type:
ValueError– If feed_var_names is not a list of basestring, an exception is thrown.
ValueError– If target_vars is not a list of Variable, an exception is thrown.
import paddle.fluid as fluid path = "./infer_model" # User defined network, here a softmax regresssion example image = fluid.data(name='img', shape=[None, 28, 28], dtype='float32') label = fluid.data(name='label', shape=[None, 1], dtype='int64') feeder = fluid.DataFeeder(feed_list=[image, label], place=fluid.CPUPlace()) predict = fluid.layers.fc(input=image, size=10, act='softmax') loss = fluid.layers.cross_entropy(input=predict, label=label) avg_loss = fluid.layers.mean(loss) exe = fluid.Executor(fluid.CPUPlace()) exe.run(fluid.default_startup_program()) # Feed data and train process # Save inference model. Note we don't save label and loss in this example fluid.io.save_inference_model(dirname=path, feeded_var_names=['img'], target_vars=[predict], executor=exe) # In this example, the save_inference_mode inference will prune the default # main program according to the network's input node (img) and output node(predict). # The pruned inference program is going to be saved in the "./infer_model/__model__" # and parameters are going to be saved in separate files under folder # "./infer_model".