I have attached a volume, mounted it to specific path. How can I use droplet's and volume's space as one docker volume?

Posted October 13, 2017 2.3k views
DockerUbuntu 16.04Block Storage

I have found a bad workaround about issue, I have just used the mount path of the block storage as volume in docker. However, it is not a desired solution since droplet’s free space becomes idle, unusable. How could I use both space as one for my docker volume.

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I would recommend checking the answer on this question on how to attach a block storage to your docker container: