I have a container which is builted from minio image in my cluster. I want to sync it with a persistent volume in my cluster by using rclone sync. I can do it from host to cloud but I could not succeed it on kubernetes. Is there anyone who can help me? Source: Docker..
I have no idea if the problem is on the docker side or on windows side. When I ran a container I tried to mount a folder using -v "$(pwd)"../Data/:/app/Data/ and I didn’t write the forward slash after "$(pwd)" ( -v "$(pwd)"/../Data/:/app/Data/ ). I was using WSL 2 and ran the command from "Testing" folder ..
I just learned about how docker-sync can help speed up local development work when on MacOS or Windows. It’s much faster. However, I wondered if it also makes sense to use docker-sync for the database files? I noticed that MySQL is still running quite slow when doing consuming tasks. Source: Docker..
Is it safe / possible to use flock in a docker swarm? I’m looking for a safe way for multiple containers to write to the same file (on the same volume). I know that on a single host docker will bind mount. What I’m not certain about is how this works when spinning up containers ..
I have scheduler application which works as follow with mongo db Fectchs config collection- To get the next available time window (start and end time) to fetch raw data from collection. Fetch raw data Processes raw data and save into db. updates config collection for next time window. Now i am starting this as service ..