How to move the base docker directory to another location (part II)

Continuing from my last post , the process of putting the docker base directory in a remote mount point was completed with a relative success, because I’m still struggling with the fact that the permissions that NFS attribute to the users on the machine the share is mounted. Every new file or modified one is assigned, on the perspective of the docker container, to the user “nobody“, which presents a problem for some services/daemons like sshd, which start to complain if their configuration are world-readable and belonging to another that is not root. Now, the big docker image which is a mirror of my VPS storage is now residing on a share on my NAS. Continue reading “How to move the base docker directory to another location (part II)”