Recently, I just started docker. I planned to follow the official example and found an example of redis. As a result, on the way to build, the capacity reached 15g+, and I wanted to give up and shut down the shell. Later, I couldn’t find images by any means, and I couldn’t clean up the space occupied by nature. what is the way to clean it up? Including docker images, were also used and no container was found.
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After that, the name, Id and other parameters of all mirrors in the system will be displayed, as follows:
adolph@geek:~$ docker images REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED VIRTUAL SIZE kalilinux/kali-linux-docker latest b8b8ce44934b 2 days ago 313.7 MB index.alauda.cn/adolphlwq/spark-utlimate latest 62555794533c 5 days ago 1.017 GB spark-ultimate latest 62555794533c 5 days ago 1.017 GB adolphlwq/ubuntu-java latest 5e364fee9f00 10 days ago 645.2 MB duohuostudio/ubuntu 14.04_64_base_image bdbcf2ae2d80 11 days ago 269.1 MB adolphlwq/ubuntu 14.04_64_base_image bdbcf2ae2d80 11 days ago 269.1 MB ubuntu latest 07f8e8c5e660 4 weeks ago 188.3 MB busybox latest 8c2e06607696 6 weeks ago 2.433 MB training/webapp latest 31fa814ba25a 12 months ago 278.8 MB crosbymichael/dockerui latest 109c8f1f632d 14 months ago 398.7 MB
General build failed mirror
<none>But there is still an id. Find your failed id
docker rmi -f [your failed image id]
Just do it.