re: Docker everywhere is not a good thing. VIEW POST


On the data persistence front, I have an project I'm working on docker-izing that's all about data persistence. I'm thinking of making the app look at a default path when in docker that is auto mounted from an outside directory taken in from a CLI argument. Probably not the only way, but "containerizing-all-the-things" is, in general, a really good thing. Even if the current practices/docker even isn't the final solution.

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