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bind (schedule) the referenced workload, i.e. assign its components to
specific overlay elements.

See the documentation of the :class:`Workload` class on how exactly the
binding step changes and/or annotates the given workload.

The `bind_workload` method optionally accepts an additional
`bind_mode` parameter, which can be set to `troy.EARLY` or `troy.LATE`.
If this parameter is set, it will trigger a test which ensures that the
given Overlay is in the respective state, i.e. is not yet scheduled or(more...)

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/troy/bin/nestor_skeleton.py   troy(Download)
            overlay_mgr.translate_overlay       (overlay_id)
            workload_mgr.translate_workload     (workload.id, overlay_id)
            workload_mgr.bind_workload          (workload.id, overlay_id,
            overlay_mgr.schedule_overlay        (overlay_id)

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/tests/unittests/pilot/test_inspection.py   troy(Download)
    workload_mgr = troy.WorkloadManager ()
    workload_mgr.translate_workload(workload.id, overlay.id)
    workload_mgr.bind_workload     (workload.id, overlay.id,
    workload_mgr.dispatch_workload (workload.id, overlay.id)