We have deployed JupyterHub successfully in AKS cluster and persistent volume is mounted to ‘’/home/jovyan’’ which persists only the data written to users home directory.
Currently we are looking for a solution to inject/update some of the files like ‘.condarc’ in /opt/conda and ‘ca files’ to SSL folder. We are really stuck here and looking for a best and easy solution to this.
Is it possible achieve using singleuser.extrafiles or hub.extrafiles and if , yes how the configuration part looks like(it would be great if could explain with some examples). Or do we need to mount volumes?
NOTE: We are not interested in customizing docker image, so any other solutions would be great.
Hey, many thanks for your response!. Am happy to hear that *.extraFiles works for my scenario.
But i dont understand the configuration(binary and string data…) part under ExtraFiles section. Could you please show/give me the ExtraFiles configuration considering my scenario which is injecting a .condarc file into /opt/conda directory.
NOTE: 1. We have deployed JupyterHub using helm chart.
2. Storage is azure managed disk.