How to access the configmap created on a worker node, in the pod.yaml in Master?

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1. Configmap is created on the node1. That should be mounted as volumes in pod.yml.

2. How to  define in pod.yml?

spec:

   volumes:
    - name: conf-vol
      hostPath: <node-name>/<configmapname>
   containers:
      - name:
        image:
        volumeMounts:
           - name: conf-vol
             mountPath: <what to and how to>
Apr 4 in Kubernetes by jayabmaguluri
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