Have too many docker images on your local docker daemon, and not sure which ones to delete?
Remove docker images with a prompt: Press y to delete ✅, and n to skip deletion ❌.
- Delete docker images with confirmation. Press y to delete ✅, and n to skip ❌.
- Images (especially the big ones) gets deleted in the background, so you don't wait, you just move onto the next selection.
Wanna try it out!?
User: Hey! I don't feel comfortable trying it out on my laptop. User: I fear docker-rmi will delete some images accidentally. Me: No worries! just run "vagrant up" and it will spin up an ubuntu 18.04 VM Me: ..and setup ~20 docker images for you to delete and try it out! Me: Once the VM is up, just do "vagrant ssh docker-rmi" and "docker-rmi" Me: Vagrant setup takes ~10 mins, go get a coffee :) while we set things up for you! User: This is awesome!
$ git clone [email protected]:shishir-a412ed/docker-rmi.git $ cd docker-rmi $ sudo make install (You don't need sudo on macOS)
$ which docker-rmi $ docker-rmi (This should start the application)
This will delete your binary:
This will destroy your vagrant VM.
Currently supported environments
- macOS Catalina (Version 10.15.5)
- Ubuntu (>=16.04)