wfappsweb application folder, and the SQL data. The first two are grouped in the same file share for simplicity and ease of use. To deploy a database, see the SQL Server Hosting Options section.
wfgdatavolume and read from the licenses volume. The group in the container that will access the volumes is named
ReadWriteManyfor the WorkflowGen data volume because multiple pods at the same time will access this volume to read and write data. Typically, to do this, you'll have to create a storage claim on the cluster like so:
azurefilestorage class is provided by Azure Kubernetes Service. The allocation of the storage will be done automatically by the service. It will create a storage account with a file share that has 50 GB capacity.
C:\inetpub\mailroot\Pickup. You can change it by supplying the
WFGEN_APP_SETTING_ApplicationSmtpPickupDirectoryenvironment variable with any path inside the container. Then, you'll need to create a volume for the files like so: