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We're running Bitbucket in a Docker container (bitbucket-server:7.21.5) and expose the entire Bitbucket HOME to the host (to an NFS mount /mnt/atlassian/):
Now we want to move the caches/ directory to a different partition (not part of NFS because caches don't need to be backed up). This is also recommended on scaling-bitbucket-server:
It may be desirable to use a separate disk or partition mounted at
$BITBUCKET_HOME/cachesto allow for more disk space and to ensure cached packs don't fill up the same disk where other system data is stored
I could create a second volume of the 'caches' subdirectory, but this appears unconventional and therefore risky:
Are there any recommendations on how to do this?
Is is safe to create a Docker volume of a directory that is already part of another volume?