There's no technical limitation to use this option (we actually already 
support it to allow docker.sock bind mount on a dedicated side container), 
but our experience is most user use this for bind-mount, which result in 
permission issues and in most case are just short terms workarounds to 
introduce bad practices. So we decided *not* to expose this option to 

IIUC your use case (from some private email) some legacy jobs you run rely 
on a NFS server to host project dependencies. Relying on a bind mount would 
make your build fragile and non-reproducible. You better should create a 
project specific docker image, to include those dependencies (assuming you 
can't update your build script to a modern dependency resolution approach). 
For sure this require some effort to migrate your builds, but I can't 
consider "*legacy bad practice*" as a valid use-case :P

Le vendredi 14 octobre 2016 15:55:01 UTC+2, Qiang a écrit :
> hi,
> How can I set container options to the Docker slave such as volume 
> settings? I need to mount a host directory to the container.
> So far, the only option I can see is to define the slave container image, 
> and side container image as following:
>           dockerNode(image: "maven:3.3.3-jdk-8", sideContainers: 
> ["selenium/standalone-firefox"]) 
> How do I pass "-v" or "--volumes-from" to the slave container?
> Regards,
> Qiang

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