I need to provide an instance with access to a PersistentVolumeClaim.
Some applications need access to a file, either to read data or to provide additional logging beyond what is
built into the operator. One common way of doing that within Kubernetes is to create a
PersistentVolumeClaim (PVC) and map
it to a file. The domain configuration can then be used to provide access to the claim across the domain,
within a single cluster, or for a single server.
In each case, the access is configured within the
serverPod element of the configuration of the
For example, here is
PersistentVolumeClaim specification. Note that its name is
apiVersion: v1 kind: PersistentVolumeClaim metadata: name: myclaim spec: accessModes: - ReadOnlyMany volumeMode: Filesystem resources: requests: storage: 8Gi storageClassName: slow
To provide access to this claim to all Managed Servers in the
cluster-1 cluster, specify the following
in your Domain:
clusters: - clusterName: cluster-1 serverPod: volumes: - name: my-volume-1 persistentVolumeClaim: claimName: myclaim volumeMounts: - name: my-volume-1 mountPath: /weblogic-operator/my/volume1
Note the use of the claim name in the
claimName field of the
volume entry. Both a
volume and a
volumeMount entry are required, and must have the same name. The
volume entry associates that name with the claim,
volumeMount entry defines the path to it that the application can use to access the file.
NOTE: If the PVC is mapped either across the domain or to a cluster,
its access mode must be either