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Applications running on the cloud de-allocate any resources consumed when they stop, scale down, or fail. This implies that the working storage associated with them is ephemeral. To get around this problem rapyuta.io provides a mechanism to consume persistent block storage for your applications running in the cloud. This storage can be associated with at most one running deployment at any given point in time. A user is typically required to manage the lifecycle of the application code independently from the associated storage.
The Rapyuta IO Persistent Volume is a storage package. A storage package is a public package that is available to all users out of the box. You cannot delete or modify storage packages, and they are available to every user.
To preserve data files saved on the file server, deploy a persistent volume and add it to the package deployment.
You can add the storage package as a dependent deployment. To add storage to a deployment, do the following.
Deploy the package where you want to add the storage package as a dependent deployment. For more information, click here.
On the deployment page, click Add Volume and do the following.