Hello all! I’m still very much learning the basics of kubernetes so forigve this question.
I have an application deployed to a digital ocean kubernetes cluster. One of the deployments in the cluster is a mongodb database using the mongo image from docker hub.
I’m trying to figure out how I can persist the data such that if I restart the mongo deployment / pod the data is not lost… Trying to google this is making me feel all kinds of dumb. I’m guessing the solution has something to do with block storage volumes? Any nudge in the right direction would be beyond appreciated!
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