Using the 17.06.0-ce template, I follow the example from the documentation:
docker service create
alpine ping docker.com
I expect data saved in /shareddata to be stored in the file share in azure storage.
The File Storage and share is created, but it’s empty after writing a file to /sharedddata when I try to browse it in the portal or from the Azure Storage Explorer. Accessing the container running on a different node also shows no sign of the file.
If I delete the service and the volume, and then recreate it, the data previously stored in the volume is still there, so it must be persisted somewhere.
Error from /var/log/docker.log:
Sep 7 06:16:06 moby root: time=“2017-09-07T06:16:06Z” level=info msg="time=“2017-09-07T06:16:06Z” level=error msg=“could not fetch metadata: cannot read metadata: open /mnt/cloudstor/cloudstor-metadata/sharedvol1: no such file or directory” name=sharedvol1 operation=get " plugin=63a109788df294000a26a6cedeaba191bd3af43ef4298b25140a18296f122fc9
The sharedvol1 in cloudstor-metadata file has the following: “share”:“1413c6540b0e98bbded38d92c63357b9”
This is how it looks in the container.
$ ls /shareddata/ | xargs cat
this is some awesome data stored in the…
Steps to reproduce the behavior
- Deploy from docker ce template
- Run example from https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-azure/persistent-data-volumes/#share-the-same-volume-among-tasks