Use FUSE mount from one Docker container in a second one

by braindump   Last Updated January 01, 2018 22:00 PM

I‘m currently trying to dockerize my media server setup: My media files are stored on encrypted cloud filesystems that are being mounted in one container, let‘s call it plexdrive for now. This plexdrive is also taking care of decrypting the data for consuming containers. Then there is a second container running Plex which should now have access to the FUSE mount in the first container. I trying using named volumes but since the data isn‘t stored in the volume, there are no files in the Plex container.

Is there another solution besides merging both containers into one and therefore losing flexibility?

Tags : linux docker fuse


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