It will be same as when you use NFS without a container: the data on the mounted NFS volume is there and unless something external copies the data it will be only there. And most of the time there is no reason to copy the data.
From a containerized application point of view there is nothing special about a volume, be it backed by NFS or not: it is simply a file system mounted somewhere. It uses those filesystem files without caring where they are stored.
s, Fernando Lozano
A simple question:
When you're using NFS on a container. Will the content of the container be copied to the volume.
So for example: data x
Container: contains data x
Volume: contains also data x and will be updated after a change.
When some inserts new data this will be stored on the volume of the container itselfs AND it will be send to the NFS-volume.
OR will it only be stored in the volume of NFS
Container: contains nothing
Volume: contains the data x and will send the data to the container only when requested?
When someone inserts new data this will be send immediatley to the NFS-volume and the volume of the container is empty
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