Populating the volume with required user inputs file
After you have created persistence volume, you will have to create volume directory hierarchy on the NFS drive. Following are the guidelines for preparing the volume:
- Create a common
user_inputsdirectory for the pods.Note: The Pod directory will be generated automatically, which will contain all volume sub directories.
- Place the following artifacts into the
user_inputsdirectory created above:
- JDBC driver file(s)
- JRE certificates file(s) if secure connections is a requirement
- When using
SELinux, be aware that the host has no knowledge of container
SELinuxpolicy. Therefore, if
SELinuxpolicy is enforced, the host/persistence volume directory is not writable to the container. A 'Permission Denied' message will be display.To work around this, execute the following command for a proper SELinux policy type label to be attached to the host/persistence volume directory:
Populating the Volume is complete and ready to be claimed.
$ chcon -Rt svirt_sandbox_file_t <mounted host directory>