I’m a n00b, with a basic understanding of how Docker works. I mainly use it for personal projects. With the help of Portainer, I’m able to maintain it pretty decently.
I posting here because I tried to create an instance of Nextcloud, but when I point the volume parameter to be a specific folder into my Debian 11 home server, it is created (as expected), but there’s also a default volume created within the main drive (which I don’t want)
The command looks like this:
docker run -d --name nextcloud_app \ -v nextcloud:/mnt/storage/docker/volumes/nextcloud/www/html \ nextcloud
To clarify, this is what I see in Portainer after running the command above