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    Archimedes Trajano
    @trajano
    @StoreHost i may have resolved it on my plugins the concept is the information when doing a Create must be saved in the rootfs. However, the documentation does not make any specific mention about doing that.
    Jakir Patel
    @jakirpatel
    @StoreHost
    Please check my PR
    that will resolve this issue.
    @gondor Could you please check my PR with docker-volume-netshare plugin? Please let me know if you get this message. I am not sure how active this group is.
    Abraham Calás
    @dogcalas_gitlab
    Hello I need some help with netshare!!! I am using a swarm with three nodes. If the service start on the manager node, everythings works ok, but if I force the service to run on the workers, I recieve the following error:
    no suitable node (missing plugin on 2 nodes; scheduling constraints not satisfied on 1 node).
    On all nodes the netshare nfs is running as a service.
    Jakir Patel
    @jakirpatel
    @dogcalas_gitlab Please share the logs
    of docker-volume-netshare
    Abraham Calás
    @dogcalas_gitlab
    @jakirpatel where I can find the docker-volume-netshare logs, and in what node? I have 3 nodes on my swarm.
    Jakir Patel
    @jakirpatel
    You can find it on /var/log/messages
    If you started docker-volume-netshare as systemd process
    Jakir Patel
    @jakirpatel
    @dogcalas_gitlab
    Jakir Patel
    @jakirpatel
    @gondor Just want to update you about my PR hope you will find time to merge it
    sbaloo
    @stephane-ballet
    Hi do you know how to install the docker-volume-netshare on a docker machine. It's a boot2docker
    Steve Grevemeyer
    @grevemes
    Ok, I'm feeling really stupid... What's the trick to getting a CIFS file system mounted with a specific uid/gid (uid=48,gid=48)?
    sbaloo
    @stephane-ballet
    @grevemes docker volume create -d cifs --name xxxx/dockervolumes/nexus --opt username=xxxx --opt password=xxxxx --opt fileMode=0777 --opt dirMode=0777 have you tried that
    camahony
    @camahony
    Does ContainX/docker-volume-netshare have Windows support?
    Jeroen v/dr Schoot
    @jschoot2010_twitter

    I managed to get a CIFS volume working when specifying credentials in .NetRC file.
    Is it also possible to configure credentials in docker compose file?

    volumes:
    data:
    driver: cifs
    driver_opts:
    share: cifshost/share

      #username: user
      #password: pass

    I tried but that doesn't seem to work.

    BzowK
    @BzowK
    hey guys
    When looking for a solution to mount Windows shares to my containers, I found NetShare this afternoon. Have a question, though; please. My Docker host is Atomic (Fedora 28) therefore doesn't have dpkg or other common tools and didn't see an rpm release. I could use rpm-ostree to perhaps install tools to install/build it, but wanted to look to see what the suggested method of implementation would be. Any suggestions?
    Matt Beaney
    @x1um1n
    hey folks, I'm trying to create a volume from a cifs share, but for some reason netshare is trying to mount it using a docker 'hostname' as opposed to the actual name of the box:

    `INFO[0153] Mount: 62bb276888b9529cc919aaea35402cb91987308a35535b2d6c3dc46ae7b1e560, ID: 589049f82ab088274cdfefa5ec3a88a5a6b4fe5abb7f8d650faaecae54aadad0
    INFO[0153] Mounting CIFS volume //62bb276888b9529cc919aaea35402cb91987308a35535b2d6c3dc46ae7b1e560 on /var/lib/docker-volumes/netshare/cifs/62bb276888b9529cc919aaea35402cb91987308a35535b2d6c3dc46ae7b1e560
    DEBU[0153] GetCreds: host=62bb276888b9529cc919aaea35402cb91987308a35535b2d6c3dc46ae7b1e560, netrc=&{/home/x1um1n/.netrc [0xc420318210] []}
    DEBU[0153] Executing: mount -t cifs -o vers=1.0,noperm,fileMode=0777,dirMode=0777,guest,sec=ntlm,rw //62bb276888b9529cc919aaea35402cb91987308a35535b2d6c3dc46ae7b1e560 /var/lib/docker-volumes/netshare/cifs/62bb276888b9529cc919aaea35402cb91987308a35535b2d6c3dc46ae7b1e560

    2019/06/15 19:07:51 mount error: could not resolve address for 62bb276888b9529cc919aaea35402cb91987308a35535b2d6c3dc46ae7b1e560: Unknown error`

    I had this working earlier this evening, then I put a fresh install on my media server, with the intention of building a nice clean dockerised setup, but now it won't work
    I'm running docker-volume-netshare 0.36, on ubuntu 18.04, with docker installed from snap
    Mark van Rijbroek
    @sartsj
    hello, i've successfully started the netshare plugin with the cifs option and a .netrc file, and I can start a container with a cifs share mounted to it, I can even list the contents of the share on the mount location on the docker host, but when I try to do anything on the mount location in the container I get a permission denied error
    event a simple ls -al is denied
    Mark van Rijbroek
    @sartsj
    well, adding --privileged=true when starting seems to work, now to just figure out how to give less permissions
    Mark van Rijbroek
    @sartsj
    i figured it out. Adding a context to the startup of the netshare service helps: ./docker-volume-netshare cifs -o context=system_u:object_r:svirt_sandbox_file_t:s0
    Mauricio Nunes
    @mbnunes
    hello

    this message is normal?

    2019/08/06 13:32:04 Entering go-plugins-helpers listPath

    kubex75
    @kubex75
    Hello, i struggle with some issue of mapping windows10 share with docker-volume-netshare using parameters: security=ntlm -o cifsopts=vers=3.11 didn't work
    from windows machine it's ok and also windows7 share is working. Can someone have such issue?
    from logs: returned error: error while mounting volume '': VolumeDriver.Mount: exit status 32
    Victor Angelier CCX
    @digitalhuman
    hi there
    can someone help out with mounting through docker-compose?
    volumes:
    nfsmount:
    driver: nfs
    driver_opts:
    share: <host>:/nfs-store
    what should "host" be?
    Victor Angelier CCX
    @digitalhuman
    @kubex75 Try running: ./docker-volume-netshare nfs
    first. Then: ./docker-volume-netshare nfs -a 1.26 -o port=2049,proto=tcp,nolock --basedir=/home/nfs
    for example
    then you can run: docker run -i -t --volume-driver=nfs -v /home/nfs:/tmp/nfs ubuntu /bin/bash
    Spencer York
    @dsyorkd
    @kubex75 I'm getting an exit status 32 as well, just came here to determine the potential cause
    @digitalhuman I'm running the plugin as a service and getting the the status 32
    kubex75
    @kubex75
    @digitalhuman - thank you for advice, i think it was some other case
    @dsyorkd - this works for me: -o cifsopts=vers=2.0 (and without -o ntlm)
    Win10 has smb v1 blocked and ntlm v2 active so specified parameters need to be provided
    Stefan Züger
    @stefanzueger

    Hello, I'm trying to install docker-volume-netshare as a systemd service on CentOs but it always returns "(code=exited, status=203/EXEC)"
    the service file looks the following:
    [Unit]
    Description=Docker Volume Netshare Plugin
    Wants=network-online.target
    After=network-online.target
    Before=docker.service

    [Service]
    User=root
    ExecStart=/opt/netshare/docker-volume-netshare2 nfs
    StandardOutput=syslog
    Restart=always

    [Install]
    WantedBy=multi-user.target

    do you have any help? thank you

    Salim Fadhley
    @salimfadhleyhtp
    Does anybody know if the Netshare plugin works on Docker for Windows? I'm trying to run Windows containers on Docker for Windows. I need a solution for mounting various important windows shares into my containers.
    Salim Fadhley
    @salimfadhleyhtp
    I just need a way to make a Windows SMB/CIFS volume available to a running a Windows container on a Windows host.