This article will guide you on steps to share #data between #docker #containers. To mount a data volume to a container add the --mount flag to the docker run #command. It adds the volume to the specified container, where it stores the data produced inside the virtual 3environment.
From the Docker #host, as Docker Volumes: Volumes are stored in an area of the host filesystem that's managed by Docker. Bind mounts can map to any folder in the host filesystem, so access can't be controlled from a Docker process and can pose a security risk as a container could access sensitive OS folders.
A Docker container image is a lightweight, standalone, executable package of software that includes everything needed to run an application: code, runtime, system tools, system libraries and settings.
To copy from Docker to local container:
1. First, set the #path in your localhost to where the file is stored.
2. Next set the path in your docker container to where you want to store the file inside your docker container.
3. Then copy the file which you want to store in your docker container with the help of CP command.