is it possible to mount two droplets with docker images to common volume and force docker to use this volume?

  • Build some docker image at first droplet and use that image at second droplet.
  • Have some builded images and then destroy one droplet and create other one. Configure it somehow and when run $ docker images, see my images.

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Ok nevermind, I just found that you can’t mount same volume to multiple droplets.