1.13.x, you can use Docker container prune.
docker container prune
docker prune commands
$ docker container prune
$ docker system prune
- When you run
docker ps -a, you might have too many containers and want to remove old containers.
- You can remove those containers as below.
$ docker rm `docker ps -aq`
If the specified container is running, you'll get an error.
Failed to remove container (f6259edb8236): Error response from daemon: Conflict, You cannot remove a running container. Stop the container before attempting removal or use -f
remove all docker images
docker rmi $(docker images -q)