Hey guys, not sure if this is the right place to ask, if it isn't please let me know what's the right channel. Basically I'm trying to figure out the exact mechanism being used to mount volumes on the node by the local path provisioner. Normally if you issue the mount command on the node you can get a clear view of the mounts coordinated by kubernetes (mostly overlay file systems that make all the magic happen), but for the local path provisioner volumes, even when traversing all existing namespaces and checking the volumes there I could not see any mounts being used (I was grepping for the dir path value used by microk8s in this case, which is
tldr: how does the local path provisioner actually mount the directories inside the container?
09/15/2022, 1:51 AM
I have the same question as you
10/25/2022, 11:51 AM
Actually, local-path provisioner use the host-path volume.