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       docker-volume-create - Create a volume


       docker volume create [OPTIONS] [VOLUME]


       Creates  a  new  volume  that  containers  can consume and store data in. If a name is not
       specified, Docker generates a random name. You create a  volume  and  then  configure  the
       container to use it, for example:

              $ docker volume create hello
              $ docker run -d -v hello:/world busybox ls /world

       The  mount  is  created  inside  the  container's  /src directory. Docker does not support
       relative paths for mount points inside the container.

       Multiple containers can use the same volume in the same time period. This is useful if two
       containers  need access to shared data. For example, if one container writes and the other
       reads the data.

Driver specific options

       Some volume drivers may take options to customize the volume creation. Use the -o or --opt
       flags to pass driver options:

              $ docker volume create --driver fake --opt tardis=blue --opt timey=wimey

       These  options  are  passed  directly  to  the volume driver. Options for different volume
       drivers may do different things (or nothing at all).

       The built-in local driver on Windows does not support any options.

       The built-in local driver on Linux accepts options similar to the linux mount command:

              $ docker volume create --driver local --opt type=tmpfs --opt device=tmpfs --opt o=size=100m,uid=1000

       Another example:

              $ docker volume create --driver local --opt type=btrfs --opt device=/dev/sda2


       -d, --driver="local"      Specify volume driver name

       -h, --help[=false]      help for create

       --label=      Set metadata for a volume

       -o, --opt=map[]      Set driver specific options