A Create a volume group in devicemapper and utilize the dmthinpooldev Docker

A create a volume group in devicemapper and utilize

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A. Create a volume group in devicemapper and utilize the '--dm.thinpooldev' Docker daemon option, specifying the volume group B. Format a partition with xfs and mount it at '/var/lib/docker' C. Utilize the '--storage-opt dm.directlvm_device' Docker daemon option, specifying a block device D. Nothing, devicemapper comes ready for production usage out of the box Answer: C Question: 4 Which one of the following commands will result in the volume being removed automatically once the container Visit us at
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has exited? A. 'docker run --del -v /foo busybox' B. 'docker run --read-only -v /foo busybox' C. 'docker run --rm -v /foo busybox' D. 'docker run --remove -v /foo busybox' Answer: C Question: 5 A container named "analytics" that stores results in a volume called "data" was created. docker run -d --name=analytics -v data:/data app1 How are the results accessed in "data" with another container called "app2"? A. docker run -d --name=reports --volume=data app2 B. docker run -d --name=reports --volumes-from=analytics app2 C. docker run -d --name=reports --volume=app1 app2 D. docker run -d --name=reports --mount=app1 app2 Answer: B Visit us at
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