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I enabled Docker's ZFS Storage Driver, but apparently it only deals with Docker internals, using ZFS snapshots and clones for its own overlays.

But what I want is for Docker to create every volume, especially persistent ones, as their own ZFS filesystems, so that I can independently snapshot them for backup purposes.

Is there a Docker option to enable this feature? I would like to avoid having to manually create every volume of every application and bind mount them.

I found this plugin but it seems very little used.

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  • The last commit was just a couple months ago for that plugin, so I am not sure I would agree that is not well maintained. Also it doesn't seem like it would be a very complicated plugin. Just creating/destroying datasets as needed. That said, I haven't used it, so I don't know if it is good or not.
    – Zoredache
    Commented Jul 9, 2020 at 3:44

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I decided to use that plugin. It seems to work.

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