I have query related to docker container writing and reading from local disk. For example , I have a julia application, which is writing and reading the processed data using the following set of functions: function store(data::Array, ref::String) name = test_folder try create_dir(mkdir("$(homedir())/$name")) catch @warn "directory exists" end open("$(mkpath("$(joinpath(homedir(),"test_folder"))$ref$ref.jls", "w") do io serialize(io, data) end ..
I’m working on a k8s namespace environment and I have a pod and its pvc deployed in it. When the pod transfers data on PVC I would know the percentage of memory used and free. There is a way? Source: Docker..
Been following the tutorial of ‘TechnoTim’ (specifically the video entitled "Docker, Rancher, Kubernetes… Minecraft? (Rancher Setup and Install Tutorial)") to set up minecraft using docker and Rancher. Unfortunately, when a pod dies or is killed, the server goes with it (not persisted). I have tried using the recommended bound-mount settings as described in the video ..
I have heard it is a storage driver. What exactly are storage drivers and what does docker store in vfs storage driver? Source: Docker..
can anyone know the maximum capacity of mongodb inside a docker container. I found maximum capacity of docker container is 10GB, is that right? and is that the capacity that mongodb can be scaled up to? any help would be much appreciated. Source: Docker..
Been fighting with the problem for a month now. Have Drupal 9 set up on Azure App service with docker images running php8 (base image drupal:9.1.7-php8.0-apache) I have found out that there are two ways to have the "sites/default/files" public files directory served in azure: Symlink "sites/default/files" folder to "/home/files" folder and set WEBSITES_ENABLE_APP_SERVICE_STORAGE to ..
Context I have a bunch of image-like files that I need to store, and then retrieve and keep in memory as various calculations (only read operations) are performed on them. Imagine a library where you take out a book and read it thoroughly over and over, then put it back. These files can be anywhere ..
I tried installing cordova using docker, the first time installation was sucessful with 10.6GB left on the C drive, (about 600MB left after the sucessful installation), after trying to intstall Android Studio, the space on the OS was full, which is why I uninstalled docker to properly remove Android Studio leftover files (together with others ..
I have been pouring over storage information for days regarding storage options and all everyone really says is that you have to find the storage option for you. I have always used sshfs for remote volumes but that seems a bit slow for tons of containers / pods to use. It seems that there has ..
I am using the default laravel folder structure and the filesystem public: ‘public’ => [ ‘driver’ => ‘local’, ‘root’ => storage_path(‘app/public’), ‘url’ => env(‘APP_URL’) . ‘/storage’, ‘visibility’ => ‘public’, ], Everything runs on docker and the complete laravel folder is mounted into /var/www/html: volumes: – "./:/var/www/html" When I run php artisan storage:link and then cd ..