OCAP.persistent.root and OCAP.persistent.host, differences and similarities
I'm curious if OCAP.persistent.root and OCAP.persistent.host have the potential to overlap.
I ask because typically in usage I see OCAP.persistent.root used for applications where every application gets a /org_id/application_id. This makes sense because it keeps things very sandboxed.
OCAP.persistent.host, seems to create a host subdirectory in addition to the already specified host directory, and then write its files appropriately.
So it seems like one could get away with setting ocap.persistent.host and ocap.persistent.root to the same directory with no carnage. However, there may be a use case or two I'm not considering, or a case in the future I'm not considering.