Can you/should you use Docker containers to maintain Rclone mounts?

I basically want to make sure that when my other docker containers are running that I have an Rclone mount to Dropbox (using a specific directory, not the entire Dropbox account).

So far I’ve only looked at the CLI method (option 1 below). I don’t even know if option 2 is possible, but after looking around I suspect it is. I’m looking for a simple implementation (using docker-compose.yml) that maintains the mount for you.

  • Option 1. Use the CLI to setup a mount.
  • Option 2. Use docker-compose to setup the mount. Can also add logic to ensure the mount/container is “healthy”

Do you know of such a container that fits the bill?

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