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Howto configure volumes for Docker runner via bamboo-specs.yml

Testing out bamboo-specs, one of the first things I typically do in a build is to run it in a docker context. This works fine with the `dockerImage` configuration, but to cache things I typically add a volume mapping to the docker configuration. 


I can't find any way of doing this in Bamboo Yaml specs?


(the same goes for running git within docker, thanks to how Bamboo caches git repos, this requires an extra volume mapping to work within a docker container).


Am I missing something? Or is there another solution to caching? (like in bitbucket-pipelines for example)

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