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Rmi: Delete Local Images

sealos rmi is a command in the Sealos command-line tool that is used to delete one or more images stored locally. This command can help you clean up useless or outdated images and save storage space. This guide will detail how to use it.

Basic Usage

The basic format of the sealos rmi command is as follows:

sealos rmi imageID

In the above command, imageID is the ID of the image you want to delete.


For instance, you can use the following command to delete an image with ID imageID:

sealos rmi imageID

If you want to delete multiple images, just list all the image IDs in the command line, for example:

sealos rmi imageID1 imageID2 imageID3

Optional Parameters

  • -a, --all: This parameter is used to delete all images. When using this option, the command will not accept any image IDs.
sealos rmi --all
  • -f, --force: This parameter is used to forcefully delete an image and any containers using that image.
sealos rmi --force imageID
  • -p, --prune: This parameter is used to prune dangling images (images without a tag and not referenced by any containers).
sealos rmi --prune

The above is the usage guide for the sealos rmi command. We hope it is helpful to you. If you encounter any problems during use, feel free to ask us any questions.