Caching Docker Image on an EBS Volume¶
You can cache images that you've built or downloaded from the internet on an EBS volume or in a snapshot.
A configuration file has the "dockerDataRoot" parameter. It's a directory on the host OS where the Docker daemon will save all the images.
moundDir directory for one of the instance volumes and set the
to the same value (or to a subdirectory of the
moundDir directory). Also, consider changing a deletion policy
for that volume to "retain", then the volume with the cache will be retained and the next time it just will be
attached to the instance.
# ... instances: - name: aws-1 provider: aws parameters: # ... dockerDataRoot: /docker volumes: # ... - name: docker parameters: size: 10 mountDir: /docker