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Remove all Docker containers, images, and volumes

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docker-nuke, for when you want to blow away every docker object in sight

Installation

docker-nuke is availiable on PyPI and can be pip installed

$ pip install docker-nuke

Running

$ docker-nuke
Stopping container: identidock_identidock_1
Stopping container: identidock_redis_1
Stopping container: identidock_dnmonster_1
Removing container: identidock_identidock_1
Removing container: identidock_redis_1
Removing container: identidock_dnmonster_1
Removing image: ['identidock_identidock:latest']
Removing image: ['amouat/dnmonster:1.0']
Removing image: ['python:3.6']
Removing image: ['redis:3.0']
Removing volume: 15cd0eca3196513657b12ba9b8d27a7d220f49f6a374124abd21d9aae5672d55

Use the –force option to force remove docker objects:

$ docker-nuke
Removing image: ['python:3-foo', 'python:3-slim']
Stopping/removing failed with status code 409. Rerun with '--force' to force removal
$ docker-nuke --force
Removing image: ['python:3-foo', 'python:3-slim']

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