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The `WorkloadManager` class, as its name suggests, manages :class:`Workload`
instances, i.e. translates, schedules and enacts those instances.

FIXME: how are race conditions handled -- like, a workload is scheduled on
an overlay, but before dispatching, a pilot in that overlay disappears?
I guess we should add the option to schedule a single unit, or reschedule
a complete workload -- but that collides with the state semantics of the
workload.  Iterative scheduling needs to be implemented anyways though, if
we want to get any meaningful feedback loop.  Easiest and cleanest is
probably to allow to repeatedly run through earlier stages again -- DONE(more...)

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