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Why is the Docker GraphDB Container failing to start when using a bind mount?

asked 2021-05-27 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2022-09-22 20:00:00 +0000

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There could be multiple reasons why the Docker GraphDB container is failing to start when using a bind mount. Some possible reasons are:

  1. Incorrect file/directory permissions: The bind mount may not have the correct file/directory permissions set, which can cause the container to fail to start.

  2. File/folder ownership: The owner and group of the files/folders in the bind mount may not match the user and group that the GraphDB container is running under. This can cause permission issues and prevent the container from starting.

  3. Bind mount location: The location of the bind mount may not be correct or may not exist, which will cause the GraphDB container to fail to start.

  4. Insufficient disk space: If the disk space on the host machine is insufficient, the GraphDB container may fail to start due to lack of resources.

  5. Incorrect container configuration: The GraphDB container may not be configured correctly with the correct mount settings.

To resolve the issue, check the file/directory permissions and ownership, verify the bind mount location, ensure there is enough disk space, and double-check the container configuration.

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