The docker configuration uses volumes to link to the file system of the host computer. As a result the status of RAP will survive containers (i.e. you can start, stop, kill, restart containers without losing data). However, you must ensure write permission for the container on runtime throughout all three subdirectories of the
volumes directory. The pod in which RAP runs defines a volume called
log in which the log files are written and a volume called
scripts in which user scripts are stored. The pod in which MariaDB runs writes its
mysql-directory to a volume called
mysql. This means that the files are stored outside the container on the machine that hosts the docker platform.