Debug Docker Volume

Hello, I would like to mount 2 volumes:

I mount the 2 volumes manually without problem to check that I have no rights problem on the NFS server. They are on the same NAS.
But when I type :

docker volume create \
  --driver local \
  --opt type=nfs4 \
  --opt o=addr=172.33.68.12,rw \
  --opt device=:/volume1/PACS2 \
  NFS-VOL1
docker volume create \
  --driver local \
  --opt type=nfs4 \
  --opt o=addr=172.33.68.12,rw \
  --opt device=:/volume2/PACS1 \
  NFS-VOL2

I have no errors and I have my 2 volumes when I type docker volume ls and I inspect them.
I only see one volume out of the two when I do a df -h

:/volume2/PACS1                        70T

How can I investigate. Regards

This requires more information, Where is df -h executed? On the host? Inside a container? If inside a container, how is the container started?

I am not sure what you are trying to test, but please keep in mind, that a named volume backed by a remote share, will not be mounted before a container that actually uses it is started. Furthermore, if the volume is not used by any running container, it will be unmounted.