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Some clarifications first: Both LXC and LXD are tools to manage Linux containers. LXC is low level, LXD is a newer, more polished containers manager. So, lxc config is LXD's way to configure a Linux container, while lxc.mount.entry = inside container's config file is LXC's lower level way to achieve the same thing. Apparently you use LXD, so stick with it, ...


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Containers: 16 Running: 14 Paused: 0 Stopped: 2 These mounts are used by running containers. In your info it appears you have 14 running containers. A prune command will not stop and delete running containers, so that isn't expected to cleanup these mounts. To remove the mount you need to stop and delete the container. Use: docker container ls # list ...


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cat /etc/fuse.conf # mount_max = 1000 # user_allow_other Uncomment the user_allow_other line and then this will be work.


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