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Fine-tuning a large language model can be easy as...

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Table of Contents

Features

  • Various models: LLaMA, LLaVA, Mistral, Mixtral-MoE, Qwen, Yi, Gemma, Baichuan, ChatGLM, Phi, etc.
  • Integrated methods: (Continuous) pre-training, (multimodal) supervised fine-tuning, reward modeling, PPO, DPO, KTO, ORPO, etc.
  • Scalable resources: 16-bit full-tuning, freeze-tuning, LoRA and 2/3/4/5/6/8-bit QLoRA via AQLM/AWQ/GPTQ/LLM.int8/HQQ/EETQ.
  • Advanced algorithms: GaLore, BAdam, DoRA, LongLoRA, LLaMA Pro, Mixture-of-Depths, LoRA+, LoftQ, PiSSA and Agent tuning.
  • Practical tricks: FlashAttention-2, Unsloth, RoPE scaling, NEFTune and rsLoRA.
  • Experiment monitors: LlamaBoard, TensorBoard, Wandb, MLflow, etc.
  • Faster inference: OpenAI-style API, Gradio UI and CLI with vLLM worker.

Benchmark

Compared to ChatGLM's P-Tuning, LLaMA Factory's LoRA tuning offers up to 3.7 times faster training speed with a better Rouge score on the advertising text generation task. By leveraging 4-bit quantization technique, LLaMA Factory's QLoRA further improves the efficiency regarding the GPU memory.

benchmark

Definitions
  • Training Speed: the number of training samples processed per second during the training. (bs=4, cutoff_len=1024)
  • Rouge Score: Rouge-2 score on the development set of the advertising text generation task. (bs=4, cutoff_len=1024)
  • GPU Memory: Peak GPU memory usage in 4-bit quantized training. (bs=1, cutoff_len=1024)
  • We adopt pre_seq_len=128 for ChatGLM's P-Tuning and lora_rank=32 for LLaMA Factory's LoRA tuning.

Changelog

[24/06/16] We support PiSSA algorithm. See examples for usage.

[24/06/07] We supported fine-tuning the Qwen2 and GLM-4 models.

[24/05/26] We supported SimPO algorithm for preference learning. See examples for usage.

Full Changelog

[24/05/20] We supported fine-tuning the PaliGemma series models. Note that the PaliGemma models are pre-trained models, you need to fine-tune them with gemma template for chat completion.

[24/05/18] We supported KTO algorithm for preference learning. See examples for usage.

[24/05/14] We supported training and inference on the Ascend NPU devices. Check installation section for details.

[24/04/26] We supported fine-tuning the LLaVA-1.5 multimodal LLMs. See examples for usage.

[24/04/22] We provided a Colab notebook for fine-tuning the Llama-3 model on a free T4 GPU. Two Llama-3-derived models fine-tuned using LLaMA Factory are available at Hugging Face, check Llama3-8B-Chinese-Chat and Llama3-Chinese for details.

[24/04/21] We supported Mixture-of-Depths according to AstraMindAI's implementation. See examples for usage.

[24/04/16] We supported BAdam. See examples for usage.

[24/04/16] We supported unsloth's long-sequence training (Llama-2-7B-56k within 24GB). It achieves 117% speed and 50% memory compared with FlashAttention-2, more benchmarks can be found in this page.

[24/03/31] We supported ORPO. See examples for usage.

[24/03/21] Our paper "LlamaFactory: Unified Efficient Fine-Tuning of 100+ Language Models" is available at arXiv!

[24/03/20] We supported FSDP+QLoRA that fine-tunes a 70B model on 2x24GB GPUs. See examples for usage.

[24/03/13] We supported LoRA+. See examples for usage.

[24/03/07] We supported gradient low-rank projection (GaLore) algorithm. See examples for usage.

[24/03/07] We integrated vLLM for faster and concurrent inference. Try infer_backend: vllm to enjoy 270% inference speed.

[24/02/28] We supported weight-decomposed LoRA (DoRA). Try use_dora: true to activate DoRA training.

[24/02/15] We supported block expansion proposed by LLaMA Pro. See examples for usage.

[24/02/05] Qwen1.5 (Qwen2 beta version) series models are supported in LLaMA-Factory. Check this blog post for details.

[24/01/18] We supported agent tuning for most models, equipping model with tool using abilities by fine-tuning with dataset: glaive_toolcall_en.

[23/12/23] We supported unsloth's implementation to boost LoRA tuning for the LLaMA, Mistral and Yi models. Try use_unsloth: true argument to activate unsloth patch. It achieves 170% speed in our benchmark, check this page for details.

[23/12/12] We supported fine-tuning the latest MoE model Mixtral 8x7B in our framework. See hardware requirement here.

[23/12/01] We supported downloading pre-trained models and datasets from the ModelScope Hub for Chinese mainland users. See this tutorial for usage.

[23/10/21] We supported NEFTune trick for fine-tuning. Try neftune_noise_alpha: 5 argument to activate NEFTune.

[23/09/27] We supported $S^2$-Attn proposed by LongLoRA for the LLaMA models. Try shift_attn: true argument to enable shift short attention.

[23/09/23] We integrated MMLU, C-Eval and CMMLU benchmarks in this repo. See examples for usage.

[23/09/10] We supported FlashAttention-2. Try flash_attn: fa2 argument to enable FlashAttention-2 if you are using RTX4090, A100 or H100 GPUs.

[23/08/12] We supported RoPE scaling to extend the context length of the LLaMA models. Try rope_scaling: linear argument in training and rope_scaling: dynamic argument at inference to extrapolate the position embeddings.

[23/08/11] We supported DPO training for instruction-tuned models. See examples for usage.

[23/07/31] We supported dataset streaming. Try streaming: true and max_steps: 10000 arguments to load your dataset in streaming mode.

[23/07/29] We released two instruction-tuned 13B models at Hugging Face. See these Hugging Face Repos (LLaMA-2 / Baichuan) for details.

[23/07/18] We developed an all-in-one Web UI for training, evaluation and inference. Try train_web.py to fine-tune models in your Web browser. Thank @KanadeSiina and @codemayq for their efforts in the development.

[23/07/09] We released FastEdit ⚡🩹, an easy-to-use package for editing the factual knowledge of large language models efficiently. Please follow FastEdit if you are interested.

[23/06/29] We provided a reproducible example of training a chat model using instruction-following datasets, see Baichuan-7B-sft for details.

[23/06/22] We aligned the demo API with the OpenAI's format where you can insert the fine-tuned model in arbitrary ChatGPT-based applications.

[23/06/03] We supported quantized training and inference (aka QLoRA). See examples for usage.

Supported Models

Model Model size Template
Baichuan 2 7B/13B baichuan2
BLOOM/BLOOMZ 560M/1.1B/1.7B/3B/7.1B/176B -
ChatGLM3 6B chatglm3
Command R 35B/104B cohere
DeepSeek (Code/MoE) 7B/16B/67B/236B deepseek
Falcon 7B/11B/40B/180B falcon
Gemma/Gemma 2/CodeGemma 2B/7B/9B/27B gemma
GLM-4 9B glm4
InternLM2 7B/20B intern2
Llama 7B/13B/33B/65B -
Llama 2 7B/13B/70B llama2
Llama 3 8B/70B llama3
LLaVA-1.5 7B/13B vicuna
Mistral/Mixtral 7B/8x7B/8x22B mistral
OLMo 1B/7B -
PaliGemma 3B gemma
Phi-1.5/Phi-2 1.3B/2.7B -
Phi-3 4B/7B/14B phi
Qwen/Qwen1.5/Qwen2 (Code/MoE) 0.5B/1.5B/4B/7B/14B/32B/72B/110B qwen
StarCoder 2 3B/7B/15B -
XVERSE 7B/13B/65B xverse
Yi/Yi-1.5 6B/9B/34B yi
Yi-VL 6B/34B yi_vl
Yuan 2 2B/51B/102B yuan

[!NOTE] For the "base" models, the template argument can be chosen from default, alpaca, vicuna etc. But make sure to use the corresponding template for the "instruct/chat" models.

Remember to use the SAME template in training and inference.

Please refer to constants.py for a full list of models we supported.

You also can add a custom chat template to template.py.

Supported Training Approaches

Approach Full-tuning Freeze-tuning LoRA QLoRA
Pre-Training :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark:
Supervised Fine-Tuning :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark:
Reward Modeling :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark:
PPO Training :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark:
DPO Training :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark:
KTO Training :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark:
ORPO Training :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark:
SimPO Training :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark: :white_check_mark:

Provided Datasets

Pre-training datasets

Supervised fine-tuning datasets

Preference datasets

Some datasets require confirmation before using them, so we recommend logging in with your Hugging Face account using these commands.

pip install --upgrade huggingface_hub
huggingface-cli login

Requirement

Mandatory Minimum Recommend
python 3.8 3.11
torch 1.13.1 2.3.0
transformers 4.41.2 4.41.2
datasets 2.16.0 2.19.2
accelerate 0.30.1 0.30.1
peft 0.11.1 0.11.1
trl 0.8.6 0.9.4
Optional Minimum Recommend
CUDA 11.6 12.2
deepspeed 0.10.0 0.14.0
bitsandbytes 0.39.0 0.43.1
vllm 0.4.3 0.4.3
flash-attn 2.3.0 2.5.9

Hardware Requirement

* estimated

Method Bits 7B 13B 30B 70B 110B 8x7B 8x22B
Full AMP 120GB 240GB 600GB 1200GB 2000GB 900GB 2400GB
Full 16 60GB 120GB 300GB 600GB 900GB 400GB 1200GB
Freeze 16 20GB 40GB 80GB 200GB 360GB 160GB 400GB
LoRA/GaLore/BAdam 16 16GB 32GB 64GB 160GB 240GB 120GB 320GB
QLoRA 8 10GB 20GB 40GB 80GB 140GB 60GB 160GB
QLoRA 4 6GB 12GB 24GB 48GB 72GB 30GB 96GB
QLoRA 2 4GB 8GB 16GB 24GB 48GB 18GB 48GB

Getting Started

Installation

[!IMPORTANT] Installation is mandatory.

git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/hiyouga/LLaMA-Factory.git
cd LLaMA-Factory
pip install -e ".[torch,metrics]"

Extra dependencies available: torch, torch-npu, metrics, deepspeed, bitsandbytes, hqq, eetq, gptq, awq, aqlm, vllm, galore, badam, qwen, modelscope, quality

[!TIP] Use pip install --no-deps -e . to resolve package conflicts.

For Windows users

If you want to enable the quantized LoRA (QLoRA) on the Windows platform, you need to install a pre-built version of bitsandbytes library, which supports CUDA 11.1 to 12.2, please select the appropriate release version based on your CUDA version.

pip install https://github.com/jllllll/bitsandbytes-windows-webui/releases/download/wheels/bitsandbytes-0.41.2.post2-py3-none-win_amd64.whl

To enable FlashAttention-2 on the Windows platform, you need to install the precompiled flash-attn library, which supports CUDA 12.1 to 12.2. Please download the corresponding version from flash-attention based on your requirements.

For Ascend NPU users

To install LLaMA Factory on Ascend NPU devices, please specify extra dependencies: pip install -e ".[torch-npu,metrics]". Additionally, you need to install the Ascend CANN Toolkit and Kernels. Please follow the installation tutorial or use the following commands:

# replace the url according to your CANN version and devices
# install CANN Toolkit
wget https://ascend-repo.obs.cn-east-2.myhuaweicloud.com/Milan-ASL/Milan-ASL%20V100R001C17SPC701/Ascend-cann-toolkit_8.0.RC1.alpha001_linux-"$(uname -i)".run
bash Ascend-cann-toolkit_8.0.RC1.alpha001_linux-"$(uname -i)".run --install

# install CANN Kernels
wget https://ascend-repo.obs.cn-east-2.myhuaweicloud.com/Milan-ASL/Milan-ASL%20V100R001C17SPC701/Ascend-cann-kernels-910b_8.0.RC1.alpha001_linux.run
bash Ascend-cann-kernels-910b_8.0.RC1.alpha001_linux.run --install

# set env variables
source /usr/local/Ascend/ascend-toolkit/set_env.sh
Requirement Minimum Recommend
CANN 8.0.RC1 8.0.RC1
torch 2.1.0 2.1.0
torch-npu 2.1.0 2.1.0.post3
deepspeed 0.13.2 0.13.2

Remember to use ASCEND_RT_VISIBLE_DEVICES instead of CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES to specify the device to use.

If you cannot infer model on NPU devices, try setting do_sample: false in the configurations.

Download the pre-built Docker images: 32GB | 64GB

Data Preparation

Please refer to data/README.md for checking the details about the format of dataset files. You can either use datasets on HuggingFace / ModelScope hub or load the dataset in local disk.

[!NOTE] Please update data/dataset_info.json to use your custom dataset.

Quickstart

Use the following 3 commands to run LoRA fine-tuning, inference and merging of the Llama3-8B-Instruct model, respectively.

llamafactory-cli train examples/train_lora/llama3_lora_sft.yaml
llamafactory-cli chat examples/inference/llama3_lora_sft.yaml
llamafactory-cli export examples/merge_lora/llama3_lora_sft.yaml

See examples/README.md for advanced usage (including distributed training).

[!TIP] Use llamafactory-cli help to show help information.

Fine-Tuning with LLaMA Board GUI (powered by Gradio)

llamafactory-cli webui

Build Docker

For CUDA users:

cd docker/docker-cuda/
docker-compose up -d
docker-compose exec llamafactory bash

For Ascend NPU users:

cd docker/docker-npu/
docker-compose up -d
docker-compose exec llamafactory bash

Build without Docker Compose

For CUDA users:

docker build -f ./docker/docker-cuda/Dockerfile \
    --build-arg INSTALL_BNB=false \
    --build-arg INSTALL_VLLM=false \
    --build-arg INSTALL_DEEPSPEED=false \
    --build-arg INSTALL_FLASHATTN=false \
    --build-arg PIP_INDEX=https://pypi.org/simple \
    -t llamafactory:latest .

docker run -dit --gpus=all \
    -v ./hf_cache:/root/.cache/huggingface \
    -v ./ms_cache:/root/.cache/modelscope \
    -v ./data:/app/data \
    -v ./output:/app/output \
    -p 7860:7860 \
    -p 8000:8000 \
    --shm-size 16G \
    --name llamafactory \
    llamafactory:latest

docker exec -it llamafactory bash

For Ascend NPU users:

# Choose docker image upon your environment
docker build -f ./docker/docker-npu/Dockerfile \
    --build-arg INSTALL_DEEPSPEED=false \
    --build-arg PIP_INDEX=https://pypi.org/simple \
    -t llamafactory:latest .

# Change `device` upon your resources
docker run -dit \
    -v ./hf_cache:/root/.cache/huggingface \
    -v ./ms_cache:/root/.cache/modelscope \
    -v ./data:/app/data \
    -v ./output:/app/output \
    -v /usr/local/dcmi:/usr/local/dcmi \
    -v /usr/local/bin/npu-smi:/usr/local/bin/npu-smi \
    -v /usr/local/Ascend/driver:/usr/local/Ascend/driver \
    -v /etc/ascend_install.info:/etc/ascend_install.info \
    -p 7860:7860 \
    -p 8000:8000 \
    --device /dev/davinci0 \
    --device /dev/davinci_manager \
    --device /dev/devmm_svm \
    --device /dev/hisi_hdc \
    --shm-size 16G \
    --name llamafactory \
    llamafactory:latest

docker exec -it llamafactory bash

Details about volume
  • hf_cache: Utilize Hugging Face cache on the host machine. Reassignable if a cache already exists in a different directory.
  • data: Place datasets on this dir of the host machine so that they can be selected on LLaMA Board GUI.
  • output: Set export dir to this location so that the merged result can be accessed directly on the host machine.

Deploy with OpenAI-style API and vLLM

API_PORT=8000 llamafactory-cli api examples/inference/llama3_vllm.yaml

[!TIP] Visit https://platform.openai.com/docs/api-reference/chat/create for API document.

Download from ModelScope Hub

If you have trouble with downloading models and datasets from Hugging Face, you can use ModelScope.

export USE_MODELSCOPE_HUB=1 # `set USE_MODELSCOPE_HUB=1` for Windows

Train the model by specifying a model ID of the ModelScope Hub as the model_name_or_path. You can find a full list of model IDs at ModelScope Hub, e.g., LLM-Research/Meta-Llama-3-8B-Instruct.

Use W&B Logger

To use Weights & Biases for logging experimental results, you need to add the following arguments to yaml files.

report_to: wandb
run_name: test_run # optional

Set WANDB_API_KEY to your key when launching training tasks to log in with your W&B account.

Projects using LLaMA Factory

If you have a project that should be incorporated, please contact via email or create a pull request.

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  64. DISC-LawLLM: A large language model specialized in Chinese legal domain, based on Baichuan-13B, is capable of retrieving and reasoning on legal knowledge.
  65. Sunsimiao: A large language model specialized in Chinese medical domain, based on Baichuan-7B and ChatGLM-6B.
  66. CareGPT: A series of large language models for Chinese medical domain, based on LLaMA2-7B and Baichuan-13B.
  67. MachineMindset: A series of MBTI Personality large language models, capable of giving any LLM 16 different personality types based on different datasets and training methods.
  68. Luminia-13B-v3: A large language model specialized in generate metadata for stable diffusion. [🤗Demo]
  69. Chinese-LLaVA-Med: A multimodal large language model specialized in Chinese medical domain, based on LLaVA-1.5-7B.
  70. AutoRE: A document-level relation extraction system based on large language models.
  71. NVIDIA RTX AI Toolkit: SDKs for fine-tuning LLMs on Windows PC for NVIDIA RTX.
  72. LazyLLM: An easy and lazy way for building multi-agent LLMs applications and supports model fine-tuning via LLaMA Factory.

License

This repository is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License.

Please follow the model licenses to use the corresponding model weights: Baichuan 2 / BLOOM / ChatGLM3 / Command R / DeepSeek / Falcon / Gemma / GLM-4 / InternLM2 / Llama / Llama 2 (LLaVA-1.5) / Llama 3 / Mistral / OLMo / Phi-1.5/Phi-2 / Phi-3 / Qwen / StarCoder 2 / XVERSE / Yi / Yi-1.5 / Yuan 2

Citation

If this work is helpful, please kindly cite as:

@inproceedings{zheng2024llamafactory,
  title={LlamaFactory: Unified Efficient Fine-Tuning of 100+ Language Models},
  author={Yaowei Zheng and Richong Zhang and Junhao Zhang and Yanhan Ye and Zheyan Luo and Zhangchi Feng and Yongqiang Ma},
  booktitle={Proceedings of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (Volume 3: System Demonstrations)},
  address={Bangkok, Thailand},
  publisher={Association for Computational Linguistics},
  year={2024},
  url={http://arxiv.org/abs/2403.13372}
}

Acknowledgement

This repo benefits from PEFT, TRL, QLoRA and FastChat. Thanks for their wonderful works.

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