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Description: Mount remote SFTP as a local directory on NAS (sshfs) sshfs command line added to NAS $PATH <b>Mounting</b> Usage: sshfs mount {mountpoint} [flags] Flags: -a, --address string ssh server address (default "") -h, --help help for mount -p, --password string ssh password -r, --root string ssh root (default "/opt") -u, --username string ssh username (default "root") To mount secrets, first create a mountpoint (mkdir test), then use sshfs to mount: sshfs mount -a -u root -p ****** --log-level debug -r /tmp/test /opt/data/tmp <b>Docker</b> untested Usage: sshfs docker {mountpoint} [flags] Flags: -a, --address string ssh server address (default "") -h, --help help for docker -p, --password string ssh password -s, --socket string socket address to communicate with docker (default "/run/docker/plugins/ssh.sock") -u, --username string ssh username (default "root") To start the Docker plugin, create a directory to hold mountpoints (mkdir test), then use sshfs to start the server. When Docker volumes request a volume (docker run --volume-driver vault --volume {prefix}:/container/secret/path), the plugin will create mountpoints and manage FUSE servers automatically. sshfs docker /mnt/sshfs -a -u root -p ****** --log-level debug -r /tmp/test ls /run/docker/plugins/ ssh.sock docker run --rm -it -v myvola:/data --volume-driver=ssh alpine sh docker volume ls DRIVER VOLUME NAME ssh myvola
Créateur: QoolBox

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