I have added ceph storage as PV to Kubernetes Can I create multiple volume claims from that

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Hey, I have added ceph storage as PV to Kubernetes.  Can I create multiple volume claims from that?

1. If PV has 200 GB can I create two claims with 100 GB each?

2. If I created one PVC with 200 GB can it be claimed by two containers?
Sep 24, 2020 in Kubernetes by anonymous
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Yes, you can do it. A Persistent Volume (PV) can support and use multiple claims.

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answered Sep 24, 2020 by Vishwanath

edited Oct 6 by Sarfaraz

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