Use cases is as follows: Devices require persistent volumes/data in high turn over environment. I have network storage for that exact purpose but cannot find anywhere on ResinOS to define a common NFS mount point on all my devices so they can retrieve and store bulk data from the shared directory on my SAN/NAS.
I think you would connect NFS mounts in your start script (so the application connects to the shared storage whenever the application starts up). So that would be just running the regular NFS mount commands in your start script (or using systemd to automate that at start).
If I’m not mistaken, @andrei was doing something like that recently, he might be able to add some more details?