Mounting a disk


#21

Thanks! That would be great :slight_smile:


#22

I use RancherOS 1.4.2 rancheros-vmware.iso successfully mount directory form my nfs server.
RancherOS mount command is build from busybox, not the GNU mount command, so there maybe some different.RancherOS has no mount.nfs & mount.nfs4 which installed by nfs-common by default, so without mount.nfs... user need to add options.

#cloud-config
mounts:
- ["192.168.1.109:/mnt/data", "/mnt/test", "nfs4", "nolock,proto=tcp,addr=192.168.1.109"]

output:

[root@rancheros-nfs docker]# ls /mnt/test
1.txt

#23

I tested this on 1.4.2 it worked flawlessly, on 1.5 it does not


#24

I also try on 1.5.0-rc1 rancheros.iso, the result is success, maybe needs more testing.

[root@rancher rancher]# ros -v
version v1.5.0-rc1 from os image rancher/os:v1.5.0-rc1
[root@rancher rancher]# ros c export
mounts:
- - 192.168.1.79:/mnt/data
  - /mnt/test
  - nfs4
  - ""
rancher:
  environment:
    EXTRA_CMDLINE: /init
  services_include:
    open-vm-tools: true
  state:
    dev: LABEL=RANCHER_STATE
    wait: true
ssh_authorized_keys: []
[root@rancher rancher]# df -h
Filesystem                Size      Used Available Use% Mounted on
overlay                   7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /
tmpfs                   930.9M         0    930.9M   0% /dev
tmpfs                   986.4M         0    986.4M   0% /sys/fs/cgroup
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /opt
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /mnt
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /home
none                    986.4M    876.0K    985.5M   0% /run
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /media
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /etc/resolv.conf
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /etc/selinux
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /usr/lib/firmware
none                    986.4M    876.0K    985.5M   0% /var/run
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /etc/logrotate.d
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /usr/lib/modules
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /var/log
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /usr/sbin/iptables
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /etc/docker
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /etc/hosts
devtmpfs                930.9M         0    930.9M   0% /host/dev
shm                      64.0M         0     64.0M   0% /host/dev/shm
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /etc/hostname
shm                      64.0M         0     64.0M   0% /dev/shm
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /usr/bin/ros
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /var/lib/kubelet
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /var/lib/docker
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /var/lib/boot2docker
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /var/lib/rancher
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /usr/share/ros
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /usr/bin/system-docker-runc
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /usr/bin/system-docker
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /var/lib/m-user-docker
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt.rancher
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /var/lib/rancher/conf
/dev/sda1                 7.4G    773.4M      6.3G  11% /var/lib/rancher/cache
devtmpfs                930.9M         0    930.9M   0% /dev
shm                      64.0M         0     64.0M   0% /dev/shm
192.168.1.79:/mnt/data
                         18.6G      1.5G     16.1G   9% /mnt/test

#25

mhh not really sure what to try next.


#26

Found this: https://github.com/rancher/os/issues/2606 …makes sense?