I am trying to use mount in the DockerFile But I am facing issue while building the image through GitHub Actions

Please let me know how to use mount


FROM node:16-bullseye-slim

# Install sqlite3 dependencies. You can skip this if you don't use sqlite3 in the image,
# in which case you should also move better-sqlite3 to "devDependencies" in package.json.

RUN --mount=type=cache,target=/var/cache/apt,sharing=locked \
    --mount=type=cache,target=/var/lib/apt,sharing=locked \
    apt-get update && \
    apt-get install -y --no-install-recommends libsqlite3-dev python3 build-essential && \
    yarn config set python /usr/bin/python3

# From here on we use the least-privileged `node` user to run the backend.
USER node

# This should create the app dir as `node`.
# If it is instead created as `root` then the `tar` command below will fail: `can't create directory 'packages/': Permission denied`.
# If this occurs, then ensure BuildKit is enabled (`DOCKER_BUILDKIT=1`) so the app dir is correctly created as `node`.

# This switches many Node.js dependencies to production mode.
ENV NODE_ENV production

# Copy repo skeleton first, to avoid unnecessary docker cache invalidation.
# The skeleton contains the package.json of each package in the monorepo,
# and along with yarn.lock and the root package.json, that's enough to run yarn install.
COPY --chown=node:node yarn.lock package.json packages/backend/dist/skeleton.tar.gz ./
RUN tar xzf skeleton.tar.gz && rm skeleton.tar.gz

RUN --mount=type=cache,target=/home/node/.cache/yarn,sharing=locked,uid=1000,gid=1000 \
    yarn install --frozen-lockfile --production --network-timeout 300000

# Then copy the rest of the backend bundle, along with any other files we might want.
COPY --chown=node:node packages/backend/dist/bundle.tar.gz app-config*.yaml ./
RUN tar xzf bundle.tar.gz && rm bundle.tar.gz

CMD ["node", "packages/backend", "--config", "app-config.yaml"]

There error message shows exactly what you need to do. Since you shared a picture instead of sharing the error message, I can’t quote it for you that part.

You can also search for the mount flag and buildkit:

It shows exactly what you need to add to he top of your Dockerfile to suppot mount

Added in docker/dockerfile:1.2


# syntax=docker/dockerfile:1.2
FROM ...

Thanks for the reply