I've been using WSL as a GNU/Linux development and test environment for a couple months (love it), but I have just run into my first major snag while playing with nuster and seeing much slower than expected performance: WSL tmpfs is not ram-based, but uses disk.

Despite being new to Docker, I hope Docker can provide a work-around: Do Linux containers running under the latest edge version of Docker for Windows have a "true" ram-based tmpfs?


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