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Docker Volumes and Bind Mounts

Storing persistent data in containers needs special storage. There are two options — volumes or bind mounts.


By default, all files created inside a container are stored on a writable container layer. This means that:

  • The data doesn’t persist when that container no longer exists, and it can be difficult to get the…




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Tj Blogumas

Tj Blogumas

DevOps Architect @ a large financial institution. DevOps practitioner for over a decade. Technology and Automation enthusiast.

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