This topic provides answers to some frequently asked questions about Object Storage Service (OSS) volumes.
Why do I fail to mount an OSS volume?
Your attempt to mount an OSS volume failed.
- The AccessKey pair that you used is invalid.
- The URL you used to mount the OSS volume cannot connect to the Internet or the internal network.
- Use a valid AccessKey pair.
- Enable the URL to connect to the Internet or the internal network.
Why does the OSS bucket directory that is mounted to a container become unavailable after the cluster that runs the pod is upgraded?
The OSS bucket directory that is mounted to a container becomes unavailable after the cluster that runs the pod is upgraded.
After the cluster is upgraded, kubelet and the container network are restarted, which cause the OSSFS process to restart. As a result, the mapping between the host and the container directory becomes unavailable.
Restart the container or recreate the pod to which the OSS bucket directory is mounted. You can configure the health check feature and enable the system to automatically restart a container or pod.
For more information about how to use OSS, see Mount OSS volumes.