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The `Overlay` class represents a resource overlay which is managed by Troy,
i.e. in application and user space.  It contains a set of :class:`Pilots`, 
which represent the resource capabilities of the overlay.

Overlay instances are owned by the :class:`OverlayManager` class -- only
that class should change its composition and state (but Overlay may get
created by the :class:`troy.Planner`).

An overlay undergoes a series of transformations before being able to run
workloads.  Those transformations are orchestrated by the overlay manager.(more...)

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/troy/plugins/strategy/plugin_strategy_basic_early_binding.py   troy(Download)
 
            # create an overlay based on that description
            overlay = troy.Overlay (overlay_mgr.session, overlay_descr)
 
            # Translate 1 Overlay description into N Pilot Descriptions

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/troy/plugins/strategy/plugin_strategy_basic_late_binding.py   troy(Download)
 
            # create an overlay based on that description
            overlay = troy.Overlay (overlay_mgr.session, overlay_descr)
 
            # Translate 1 Overlay description into N Pilot Descriptions

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/tests/unittests/pilot/test_inspection.py   troy(Download)
 
    overlay_dict = test_conf.overlay_dict
    overlay      = troy.Overlay ({'cores' : 1})
 
    if  not 'pilots' in overlay_dict :

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/tests/unittests/overlay_manager/test_create_overlay.py   troy(Download)
    tc      = rut.get_test_config ()
    ol_dict = tc.overlay_dict
    ol      = troy.Overlay ({'cores' : 1})
 
    if  not 'pilots' in ol_dict :

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/tests/unittests/overlay_manager/test_register_overlay.py   troy(Download)
def test_overlay_create () :
    """ 
    test overlay creation
    """
    ol1  = troy.Overlay ()