I would like to use a folder on the host machine to always store some files (specifically the composer vendor directory to make updates go faster).
kind: pipeline name: default steps: - name: laravel image: kristianji/xx volumes: - name: cache path: /var/www/vendor commands: - ... - composer install --no-progress - composer dump-autoload -a - ... image_pull_secrets: - dockerconfigjson volumes: - name: cache host: path: /var/drone/cache - name: memory temp: medium: memory services: - name: database image: mysql:5.7 ports: - 3306 volumes: - name: memory path: /var/lib/mysql environment: MYSQL_DATABASE: ... - name: redis image: redis:4.0.5-alpine command: ["redis-server"] hostname: redis ports: - 6379
So I would expect that
- the folder /var/drone/cache on the host machine will contain all the packages installed inside the virtual machine using composer (as composer installs the files into /var/www/vendor folder, and I mounted that folder to the “cache” volume).
Docker is ran as root.
I followed this guide:
There are no errors, but the folder /var/drone/cache is always empty, and the composer package installation always starts from scratch.
Is there a way to debug this - what am I overlooking?