Docker remove none images

While you build docker images, it is many untagged images as <none> images. In my tutorial, Docker remove none images or How to stop all CONTAINER ID.

Docker remove none images

To display <none> images:

[huupv@docker nginx-reverse]$ sudo docker images | egrep "^<none>"

The output below:

<none> <none> 55c87cfec131 9 minutes ago 196.6 MB
<none> <none> 8bdd100ab20d 11 minutes ago 196.6 MB
<none> <none> bddbdbcfac80 55 minutes ago 396.5 MB
<none> <none> e8aa668e28d0 19 hours ago 396.5 MB

Docker remove all <none> images

[huupv@docker nginx-reverse]$ sudo docker images | egrep "^<none>" | awk '{print $3}' | xargs sudo docker rmi -f

How to stop all CONTAINER ID

To display all container ID

[huupv@docker ~]$ sudo docker ps | egrep -v "CONTAINER ID" | awk '{print $1}'

The output below:

24e65acc6d21
24da33d6e0d5
09488028a7a9
b3b5926dcb82

To stop all container ID

[huupv@docker ~]$ sudo docker ps | egrep -v "CONTAINER ID" | awk '{print $1}' | xargs sudo docker stop

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