Attempting to add a shared volume preloaded with some data to each singleuser pod that I don’t want users to change.
apiVersion: v1 kind: PersistentVolumeClaim metadata: name: shared-test spec: accessModes: - ReadOnlyMany volumeMode: Filesystem resources: requests: storage: 4Gi storageClassName: aws-efs-shared
jupyterhub: singleuser: storage: extraVolumes: - name: shared-test persistentVolumeClaim: claimName: shared-test extraVolumeMounts: - name: shared-test mountPath: /home/shared/shared-test
The kicker is that when I do a
kubectl get pvc I see that it is bound as ReadOnlyMany
shared-test Bound pvc-<redacted> 4Gi ROX aws-efs-shared 22h
if I apply
readOnly: true to the extraVolumeMount I lose execute permissions although it does become read only, I think I may need the execute permission to do things like
rsync from that dir.
However, it’s mounted in my singleuser container as readwrite and I am able to create new files which persist! I’m using the efs-provisioner helm chart.