Docker - delete unused images

docker rmi $(docker images -a -q)
Docker rmi won't remove images from running containers. This just tries to delete everything, so you'll get errors for anything that's in use.

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By: aimaz
2014-11-19 14:55:47

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Kaitlyn · 21 weeks and 4 days ago
This particular post introduces the Docker command through this post. This command is mainly used to Full Spectrum CBD delete unused images. The Docker rmi won't remove images from running containers. This just tries to delete everything, so you'll get errors for anything that's in use. I am expecting more details about it from here.
Alyssalauren · 18 weeks and 5 days ago

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