Confluence does not care what the storage for the attachments is, it can be any file system that a java process can read and write. It does need to appear to be local to the server, but with things like NFS, you just mount them directly into the local file system so they look local.
(It does care for the index and working files though - NFS and other shared storage systems are not suitable for those types of directory)
HI @巫培杰 welcome to the Atlassian community.
I am able to pull these article surrounding the storage path and stuff:
If you find another solution, you may post in this thread OR if my post addresses your query, kindly click on "accept answer".
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