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Help Mount local directory with 32bit Inode

I’m on Docker for Windows, and I’m trying to mount a local directory so that I can edit files on the host and test them in the docker container. However, when I use mount the inode value from is huge. Interestingly, if you use COPY or ADD from the Dockerfile this does not occur.

I need the inode value to not be 64 bit. Is there any way to mount a local directory and force it to have a 32bit inode?