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navy2x

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What is the easiest and most stable way of changing the location of the appdata folder for all docker containers? Instead of it being at /opt/appdata I want it at /tank/appdata (stored on a ZFS mirror that I created). I can manually change the mounted volumes in each docker inside portainer, but as soon as they get updated that change is reverted back to /opt/appdata.

Do I have to make a fork of each app? If so, can someone point me to the correct repository?
I'm currently using: radarr, sonarr, nzbget, nextcloud, tautulli, ombi

Thanks,
Navy2x
 

navy2x

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So I ended up forking the Apps-Core and Apps-Community github repos and changing the volumes for each app from /opt/appdata to /tank/appdata. Maybe this will help someone.
 

plex_noob

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What is the easiest and most stable way of changing the location of the appdata folder for all docker containers? Instead of it being at /opt/appdata I want it at /tank/appdata (stored on a ZFS mirror that I created). I can manually change the mounted volumes in each docker inside portainer, but as soon as they get updated that change is reverted back to /opt/appdata.

Do I have to make a fork of each app? If so, can someone point me to the correct repository?
I'm currently using: radarr, sonarr, nzbget, nextcloud, tautulli, ombi

Thanks,
Navy2x
Hi I use symlinks and it works great. I use it for /opt/appdata as well as /mnt. The problem with the fork is you are losing any update.
 

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