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Kuberntes PVC ReadWriteMany access mode alternative

Hello Everyone,

According to documentation on DO regarding PVC, it can have only ReadWriteOnce access mode, it means that this PVC can be acessible by only one pod/node . However I have an app that I want to scale between several nodes. Each pod located on own node + load balancer for traffic, and problem is - each pod should have access to shared media files (images etc, write and read), , but with ReadWriteOnce pods can not access to PVC from different nodes. This problem could be easily solved with ReadWriteMany access mode for PVC

Is there is a way to build volume on DO kubernetes cluster, that could be shared between kubernetes nodes


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Take a look at the Digital Ocean section here: https://medium.com/asl19-developers/create-readwritemany-persistentvolumeclaims-on-your-kubernetes-cluster-3a8db51f98e3

I am using s3-csi on Digital Ocean Spaces with the Goofys mounter to achieve readWriteMany.

I was able to make an nfs-server that a do-block storage is attached. the problem is the inability to replicate the nfs-server. do we have any solution for this?

Going to give a try to @lex19 approach and see how it works, on our case we only have a few writes.