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The `Workload` class represents a workload which is managed by Troy.  It
contains a set of :class:`Tasks`, and a set of :class:`Relation`s between
those tasks.

Workload instances are owned by the :class:`WorkloadManager` class -- only
that class should change its composition and state.

A workload undergoes a series of transformations before ending up as on
a specific resource (pilot).  Those transformations are orchestrated by the
workload manager.  To support that orchestration, a workload will be(more...)

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/troy/__init__.py   troy(Download)
from workload   import RelationDescription
from workload   import Relation
from workload   import Workload
from workload   import WorkloadManager
from workload   import DataStager

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/troy/workload/__init__.py   troy(Download)
from task                     import Task
from workload                 import Workload
from workload_manager         import WorkloadManager