Kibana in a Docker container


I'm setting up the ELK stack in Docker containers. Elasticsearch, Kibana, Filebeats, Logstash all in their own containers. One thing I cannot understand is whether I have to make a persistent volume for Kibana? For Elasticsearch of course I did it and the set up works fine. But what about Kibana?
Does Kibana itself persist any data or not?


I have the same case : Elk in three different containers. The only persistent volume i have got is for Elasticsearch and it works fine even after an update.

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