Lens Desktop Kube profile create has an option to mount home folder from host OS. That probably would do the trick but I’m not sure if it is a good idea to use host OS disk for persistent volumes because it would be really slow.
Thanks. I typically side-car load war files into a tomcat webapps instance from a docker image built in our CI pipelines using an initContainer. For local K8s dev, I can just mount the local build dir and copy the war from there. Since this is just in an initContainer, performance is not an issue. Developer can just delete the pod to reload the war w/out having to redeploy.
I see the “Mount local homes folder” option in the profile, so if enabled, then a volume definition like this should work w/out extra configuration in LDK?