Here it goes -
I headed down the path of using privileged containers bindmounted to host paths with the appropriate user/group mapping. All of that is working well in all 3 containers. I can move files around within the containers and see the changes on the host.
The corner I am in is that I want to run resilio-sync in one container with access to a bindmount. If you’re not familiar, its an application that allows multiple PC’s to sync files. When installed initially, it wants to run as it’s own user (rslsync). It has the ability run as a different user I already have created and mapped in the container. However, to do this, it needs access to the /home directory of that user that is already mapped and when I look at the permissions for all home folders for all users that are mapped, ownership is nobody:nogroup.
I’m assuming with the /home folders for the users/groups that are mapped, the folders lose they’re own identity of sorts. Is this true? Is this the expected behavior? If so, how do I get out of this corner?
Thanks in advance!