I am running Docker (edge version 1.37) with Kubernetes on my local machine to do some development work. If I am just running docker from the command line on my machine i can spin up a container and mount a volume like so:
docker run -v D:\myhost\mydirectory:/myvolume ...
However, when creating a deployment to Kubernetes, is it possible to mount the same volume to a container running inside a pod? For example, the following deployment fails to mount because i assume kubernetes is itself running inside a container and does not recognize my system path D:\myhost\path
apiVersion: extensions/v1beta1 kind: Deployment metadata: name: myDeployment spec: ... containers: ... volumeMounts: - name: mymount mountPath: /etc/mymount ports: ... volumes: - name: mymount hostPath: path: D:\myhost\path type: Directory
Is there some magic I can do to achieve this?