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This utility is designed for cleaning up docker resources.

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docker-cleaner

Description

This utility is designed for cleaning up docker resources.

Installation

python setup.py install

or

pip install -e .

or

pip install docker-cleaner

How to use

Run docker-cleaner images -t 120 -o 120 -f images --images-include foo-image bar-image --prune containers volumes -u -l docker-cleanr.log

Also checkout list of arguments

arguments

  • resources - List of resources for removing. Choose from: images, volumes, all
  • -f, --force - Force removing of resources. Choose from: images, volumes, all
  • -u, --untagged - Remove untagged images
  • -v, --client-version - Version of docker client to use
  • -o, --older - Clear resources that older amount of time (in minutes)
  • --images-include - Filter images that only contains any of that names
  • --volumes-include - Filter volumes that only contains any of that name
  • --images-exclude - Exclude images that contains any of that names
  • --volumes-exclude - Exclude volumes that contains any of that name
  • -p, --prune - Prune specified resources. Choose from: containers, images, volumes, all
  • -t, --timeout - Timeout of cleaning. Live it empty in case of using cron job.
  • --loglevel - Logging level. Choose from: CRITICAL, ERROR, WARNING, INFO, DEBUG, NOTSET
  • -l, --log - Redirect logging to file

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