- You use Docker, but working with it created lots of images and containers. You want to remove all of them to save disk space. Solution: Warning: This will destroy all your images and containers. There is no way to restore them! Run those commands in a shell
- remove (bool) - Remove the container when it has finished running. Default: False. restart_policy (dict) -. docker.errors.ContainerError - If the container exits with a non-zero exit code and detach is False. docker.errors.ImageNotFound - If the specified image does not exist.
- docker run -it <container-image-name> /bin/bash Above command will start the container based on the image provide and login shell. We can delete the docker container by executing docker rm container-id and delete an image by executing a docker rmi image-name command.
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