Hello! I have a Docker application with Node.JS inside which is launched as an App. I’d like to mount a Volume to the App, how can I do this? I have Dockerfile and app.yaml:
name: media-server services: - dockerfile_path: Dockerfile github: branch: master deploy_on_push: true repo: name/media-server name: node http_port: 3010
FROM node:16-alpine as builder RUN apk add --update --no-cache file imagemagick RUN mkdir -p /home/node/app/node_modules && chown -R node:node /home/node/app WORKDIR /home/node/app COPY package.json yarn.lock ./ USER node RUN yarn install COPY --chown=node:node . . RUN yarn build CMD ["yarn", "start"] EXPOSE 3010
Thank you in advance!
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With the App platform, you currently can not use Block storage volumes. Block storage volumes are detachable network volumes that are mounted directly in the filesystem and extend the storage available to an instance. Because App Platform instances can be scaled and are ephemeral, more work needs to be done to ensure these mounts remain persistent and the data view that each instance sees is consistent.
What you could do is use an S3 storage like the Spaces instead: