I fear I may be approaching this all wrong; looking for suggestions.
Our docker host is a VM with a very small root volume. It hosts a mysql instance that should store it’s data on another volume (that volume is on high speed storage).
For the life of me, I can’t figure out how to get the second disk (/dev/vdb1) to mount at boot AND be available to the mysql container – what seems to be happening is when I mount it manually to the /data directory is that the container isn’t seeing the mount on /data – probably because of the massively complex file system overlay structure (?)…
How can the second disk be mounted at startup and how should it be mounted such that the mysql container actually sees it?