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Short Description
This plugin allows you to mount remote folder using davfs in your container easily.
Full Description

[work in progress] Docker volume plugin for davfs

https://github.com/fentas/docker-volume-davfs

This plugin allows you to mount remote folder using davfs in your container easily.

Usage

1 - Install the plugin

docker plugin install fentas/davfs # or docker plugin install fentas/davfs DEBUG=1

2 - Create a volume

$ docker volume create \
  -d fentas/davfs \
  -o url=<https?://user:passwd@host/path> \
  -o uid=1000 -o gid=1000 davvolume
davvolume
$ docker volume ls
DRIVER              VOLUME NAME
local               2d75de358a70ba469ac968ee852efd4234b9118b7722ee26a1c5a90dcaea6751
local               842a765a9bb11e234642c933b3dfc702dee32b73e0cf7305239436a145b89017
local               9d72c664cbd20512d4e3d5bb9b39ed11e4a632c386447461d48ed84731e44034
local               be9632386a2d396d438c9707e261f86fd9f5e72a7319417901d84041c8f14a4d
local               e1496dfe4fa27b39121e4383d1b16a0a7510f0de89f05b336aab3c0deb4dda0e
fentas/davfs        davvolume

For more options refer to mount.davfs --help.

3 - Use the volume

$ docker run -it -v davvolume:<path> busybox ls <path>

Global /etc/webdav/webdav.conf atm.

dav_user        root
dav_group       root
kernel_fs       fuse
buf_size        16
connect_timeout 10
read_timeout    30
retry           10
max_retry       300
dir_refresh     30
# file_refresh    10

TODO

  • [ ] set custom webdav.conf

THANKS

LICENSE

MIT

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