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No. That's the point. Docker and k8s provide a means to express your state requirements and splits state management from process management.

The trick is to express your state requirements. And yeah, you will be burned badly if you don't do this... and maybe docs and such should call this out better to make sure people don't set themselves on fire just because they didn't dig in deeply enough.

But docker and k8s do provide a means to assist in managing this state for you (swarm... not so well just b/c the work hasn't been done).

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