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package daemon // import ""
import (
volumemounts ""
// setupMounts configures the mount points for a container by appending each
// of the configured mounts on the container to the OCI mount structure
// which will ultimately be passed into the oci runtime during container creation.
// It also ensures each of the mounts are lexicographically sorted.
// BUGBUG TODO Windows containerd. This would be much better if it returned
// an array of runtime spec mounts, not container mounts. Then no need to
// do multiple transitions.
func (daemon *Daemon) setupMounts(c *container.Container) ([]container.Mount, error) {
var mnts []container.Mount
for _, mount := range c.MountPoints { // type is volumemounts.MountPoint
if err := daemon.lazyInitializeVolume(c.ID, mount); err != nil {
return nil, err
s, err := mount.Setup(c.MountLabel, idtools.Identity{}, nil)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
mnts = append(mnts, container.Mount{
Source: s,
Destination: mount.Destination,
Writable: mount.RW,
return mnts, nil
// setBindModeIfNull is platform specific processing which is a no-op on
// Windows.
func setBindModeIfNull(bind *volumemounts.MountPoint) {
func (daemon *Daemon) validateBindDaemonRoot(m mount.Mount) (bool, error) {
return false, nil