I installed fireflyiii on a Raspberry Pi 4B (Raspian Lite). I want to make sure the data doesn’t get wiped out if the container needs to be deleted, but I first need to find the path for where it is currently being stored, how do I find that?
firefly_iii_upload is a named docker volume, not a host path. As such its lifecycle is independent of the containers it is mapped to: it will be retained, regardless whether the container attached to it is deleted.
You can find either its location or the mount point of a remote share (that is, if it points to a remote share of course) using this command:
Note: the folder you get as output is not mend to be directly accessed. If you change files from that location you might end up modifying ownership which might result in a problem when running you container.
pi@raspberrypi4:~ $ docker volume ls
DRIVER VOLUME NAME