How to Remove a Docker Image?
To remove one or more specific images, you can use the
docker rmi command.
How to list all images
If you want to list all the images before removing any, you can do they by running the following command:
docker images -a
Remove one or more images
If you want to remove an image by name or id, you can do that by running the following command:
docker rmi <image>
If you want to remove more images at the same time, just pass all the image names or ids to the command:
docker rmi <image-1> <image-2> <image-3>
Remove all images
To remove all docker images, run the following command:
docker rmi $(docker images -a -q)
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