Share data between two different containers - Docker

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How do I share data between two different docker containers?
Nov 25, 2019 in Docker by Hannah
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Hi @Hannah, follow these steps:

1. Create an independent volume using the following command:

docker volume create --name DataVolume1

2. Create a new container and attach this newly created volume to it

docker run -ti --rm -v DataVolume1:/datavolume1 ubuntu

3. Create another container and attach this volume to it:

docker run --rm -ti -v DataVolume1:/datavolume1 ubuntu

Now you these containers have the same volume and communicate through it.

answered Nov 25, 2019 by Aria

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