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CodeUp Llama 2 13B Chat HF - GPTQ


This repo contains GPTQ model files for DeepSE's CodeUp Llama 2 13B Chat HF.

Multiple GPTQ parameter permutations are provided; see Provided Files below for details of the options provided, their parameters, and the software used to create them.

Repositories available

Prompt template: Alpaca

Below is an instruction that describes a task. Write a response that appropriately completes the request.

### Instruction:

### Response:


The creator of the source model has listed its license as openrail++, and this quantization has therefore used that same license.

As this model is based on Llama 2, it is also subject to the Meta Llama 2 license terms, and the license files for that are additionally included. It should therefore be considered as being claimed to be licensed under both licenses. I contacted Hugging Face for clarification on dual licensing but they do not yet have an official position. Should this change, or should Meta provide any feedback on this situation, I will update this section accordingly.

In the meantime, any questions regarding licensing, and in particular how these two licenses might interact, should be directed to the original model repository: DeepSE's CodeUp Llama 2 13B Chat HF.

Provided files and GPTQ parameters

Multiple quantisation parameters are provided, to allow you to choose the best one for your hardware and requirements.

Each separate quant is in a different branch. See below for instructions on fetching from different branches.

All recent GPTQ files are made with AutoGPTQ, and all files in non-main branches are made with AutoGPTQ. Files in the main branch which were uploaded before August 2023 were made with GPTQ-for-LLaMa.

Explanation of GPTQ parameters
  • Bits: The bit size of the quantised model.
  • GS: GPTQ group size. Higher numbers use less VRAM, but have lower quantisation accuracy. "None" is the lowest possible value.
  • Act Order: True or False. Also known as desc_act. True results in better quantisation accuracy. Some GPTQ clients have had issues with models that use Act Order plus Group Size, but this is generally resolved now.
  • Damp %: A GPTQ parameter that affects how samples are processed for quantisation. 0.01 is default, but 0.1 results in slightly better accuracy.
  • GPTQ dataset: The dataset used for quantisation. Using a dataset more appropriate to the model's training can improve quantisation accuracy. Note that the GPTQ dataset is not the same as the dataset used to train the model - please refer to the original model repo for details of the training dataset(s).
  • Sequence Length: The length of the dataset sequences used for quantisation. Ideally this is the same as the model sequence length. For some very long sequence models (16+K), a lower sequence length may have to be used. Note that a lower sequence length does not limit the sequence length of the quantised model. It only impacts the quantisation accuracy on longer inference sequences.
  • ExLlama Compatibility: Whether this file can be loaded with ExLlama, which currently only supports Llama models in 4-bit.
Branch Bits GS Act Order Damp % GPTQ Dataset Seq Len Size ExLlama Desc
main 4 128 No 0.1 Evol Instruct Code 4096 7.26 GB Yes 4-bit, without Act Order and group size 128g.
gptq-4bit-32g-actorder_True 4 32 Yes 0.1 Evol Instruct Code 4096 8.00 GB Yes 4-bit, with Act Order and group size 32g. Gives highest possible inference quality, with maximum VRAM usage.
gptq-4bit-64g-actorder_True 4 64 Yes 0.1 Evol Instruct Code 4096 7.51 GB Yes 4-bit, with Act Order and group size 64g. Uses less VRAM than 32g, but with slightly lower accuracy.
gptq-4bit-128g-actorder_True 4 128 Yes 0.1 Evol Instruct Code 4096 7.26 GB Yes 4-bit, with Act Order and group size 128g. Uses even less VRAM than 64g, but with slightly lower accuracy.
gptq-8bit--1g-actorder_True 8 None Yes 0.1 Evol Instruct Code 4096 13.36 GB No 8-bit, with Act Order. No group size, to lower VRAM requirements.
gptq-8bit-128g-actorder_True 8 128 Yes 0.1 Evol Instruct Code 4096 13.65 GB No 8-bit, with group size 128g for higher inference quality and with Act Order for even higher accuracy.

How to download from branches

  • In text-generation-webui, you can add :branch to the end of the download name, eg TheBloke/CodeUp-Llama-2-13B-Chat-HF-GPTQ:main
  • With Git, you can clone a branch with:
git clone --single-branch --branch main https://huggingface.co/TheBloke/CodeUp-Llama-2-13B-Chat-HF-GPTQ
  • In Python Transformers code, the branch is the revision parameter; see below.

How to easily download and use this model in text-generation-webui.

Please make sure you're using the latest version of text-generation-webui.

It is strongly recommended to use the text-generation-webui one-click-installers unless you're sure you know how to make a manual install.

  1. Click the Model tab.
  2. Under Download custom model or LoRA, enter TheBloke/CodeUp-Llama-2-13B-Chat-HF-GPTQ.
  • To download from a specific branch, enter for example TheBloke/CodeUp-Llama-2-13B-Chat-HF-GPTQ:main
  • see Provided Files above for the list of branches for each option.
  1. Click Download.
  2. The model will start downloading. Once it's finished it will say "Done".
  3. In the top left, click the refresh icon next to Model.
  4. In the Model dropdown, choose the model you just downloaded: CodeUp-Llama-2-13B-Chat-HF-GPTQ
  5. The model will automatically load, and is now ready for use!
  6. If you want any custom settings, set them and then click Save settings for this model followed by Reload the Model in the top right.
  • Note that you do not need to and should not set manual GPTQ parameters any more. These are set automatically from the file quantize_config.json.
  1. Once you're ready, click the Text Generation tab and enter a prompt to get started!

How to use this GPTQ model from Python code

Install the necessary packages

Requires: Transformers 4.32.0 or later, Optimum 1.12.0 or later, and AutoGPTQ 0.4.2 or later.

pip3 install transformers>=4.32.0 optimum>=1.12.0
pip3 install auto-gptq --extra-index-url https://huggingface.github.io/autogptq-index/whl/cu118/  # Use cu117 if on CUDA 11.7

If you have problems installing AutoGPTQ using the pre-built wheels, install it from source instead:

pip3 uninstall -y auto-gptq
git clone https://github.com/PanQiWei/AutoGPTQ
cd AutoGPTQ
pip3 install .

For CodeLlama models only: you must use Transformers 4.33.0 or later.

If 4.33.0 is not yet released when you read this, you will need to install Transformers from source:

pip3 uninstall -y transformers
pip3 install git+https://github.com/huggingface/transformers.git

You can then use the following code

from transformers import AutoModelForCausalLM, AutoTokenizer, pipeline

model_name_or_path = "TheBloke/CodeUp-Llama-2-13B-Chat-HF-GPTQ"
# To use a different branch, change revision
# For example: revision="main"
model = AutoModelForCausalLM.from_pretrained(model_name_or_path,

tokenizer = AutoTokenizer.from_pretrained(model_name_or_path, use_fast=True)

prompt = "Tell me about AI"
prompt_template=f'''Below is an instruction that describes a task. Write a response that appropriately completes the request.

### Instruction:

### Response:


print("\n\n*** Generate:")

input_ids = tokenizer(prompt_template, return_tensors='pt').input_ids.cuda()
output = model.generate(inputs=input_ids, temperature=0.7, do_sample=True, top_p=0.95, top_k=40, max_new_tokens=512)

# Inference can also be done using transformers' pipeline

print("*** Pipeline:")
pipe = pipeline(



The files provided are tested to work with AutoGPTQ, both via Transformers and using AutoGPTQ directly. They should also work with Occ4m's GPTQ-for-LLaMa fork.

ExLlama is compatible with Llama models in 4-bit. Please see the Provided Files table above for per-file compatibility.

Huggingface Text Generation Inference (TGI) is compatible with all GPTQ models.


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Original model card: DeepSE's CodeUp Llama 2 13B Chat HF


CodeUp: A Multilingual Code Generation Llama2 Model with Parameter-Efficient Instruction-Tuning on a Single RTX 3090


In recent years, large language models (LLMs) have shown exceptional capabilities in a wide range of applications due to their fantastic emergence ability. To align with human preference, instruction-tuning and reinforcement learning from human feedback (RLHF) are proposed for Chat-based LLMs (e.g., ChatGPT, GPT-4). However, these LLMs (except for Codex) primarily focus on the general domain and are not specifically designed for the code domain. Although Codex provides an alternative choice, it is a closed-source model developed by OpenAI. Hence, it is imperative to develop open-source instruction-following LLMs for the code domain. However, the large-scale number of LLMs' parameters ($\ge$7B) and training datasets require a vast amount of computational resources, which significantly impedes the development of training and inference on consumer hardware.

To handle these challenges, in this project, we adopt the latest powerful foundation model Llama 2 and construct high-quality instruction-following data for code generation tasks, and propose an instruction-following multilingual code generation Llama2 model. Meanwhile, to make it fit an academic budget and consumer hardware (e.g., a single RTX 3090) based on Alpaca-LoRA, we equip CodeUp with the advanced parameter-efficient fine-tuning (PEFT) methods (e.g., LoRA) which enable efficient adaptation of pre-trained language models (PLMs, also known as foundation model) to various downstream applications without fine-tuning the entire model's parameters. The overall training recipe is as follows.

Training Framework

NL2Code Data Release

Recently, it has attracted significant attention to exploiting much larger and more powerful LLMs (e.g., ChatGPT, GPT-4) to self-generate instruction-following data by delicate prompt design. However, many approaches primarily focus on the general domain and lack code-specific domain considerations. To this end, Code Alpaca follows the previous Self-Instruct paper [3] and Stanford Alpaca repo with some code-related modifications to conduct 20K instruction-following data data/code_alpaca_20k.json for code generation tasks. This JSON file following alpaca_data.json format is a list of dictionaries; each dictionary contains the following fields:

  • instruction: str, describes the task the model should perform. Each of the 20K instructions is unique.
  • input: str, optional context or input for the task. For example, when the instruction is "Amend the following SQL query to select distinct elements", the input is the SQL query. Around 40% of the examples have an input.
  • output: str, the answer to the instruction as generated by text-davinci-003.

High-quality Data Filter

However, after carefully checking the LLMs-self-generated data, we observe three critical problems that may hinder LLMs' instruction learning due to ambiguous and irrelevant noise. That is

  1. When instruction doesn't specify the programming language (PL) of implementation, the output appears with diverse options, e.g., Python, C++, and JavaScript.
  2. It is ambiguous to identify which programming language output is implemented by.
  3. Both instruction and output are irrelevant to the code-specific domain.

Hence, we filter the ambiguous and irrelevant data by rigorous design to obtain high-quality instruction data. Specifically, to solve 1) we set Python as the default PL of implementation and use Guesslang package to detect the PL of a given source code in output. If the Python is detected, this prompt is retained. Otherwise, it will be filtered. 2) and 3) In these cases, we delete these prompts. After that, about 5K low-quality instruction data is filtered. To supplement the high-quality instruction data, we further integrate the data/new_codealpaca.json data (about 4.5K) under the above filter rules.

This way, we gain the 19K high-quality instruction data of code generation. The following is the instruction number distribution of each PL with Radar visualization before and after filtering.

PL Data Filtering)

Training & Inference

Detailed instructions can be found at https://github.com/juyongjiang/CodeUp.

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