docker Error response from daemon No volume store named default exists

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When I create or run a container, the Docker operation fails with an error about a missing volume store.

docker: Error response from daemon: No volume store named (default) exists.

How can I solve this error?

Thank You

Apr 8, 2020 in Docker by akhtar
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Hi@akhtar,

By default, vic-machine create does not create a volume store when you or the vSphere administrator deploy a VCH. To run containers from images that use volumes, you or the vSphere administrator must specify a volume store named by default when deploying the VCH.

So deploy a VCH by using the vic-machine create --volume-store option to create a VCH with a volume store named default.

Hope this will work.

Thank You

answered Apr 8, 2020 by MD
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