docker system df command you would get a summary of your Docker usage including things like:
However, here’s how to check the size of each running container
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By default, if you run
docker imagesyou will get the size of each image. However, if you run
docker psyou would not get the size of the running containers.
To check the size of each running container what you could do is just use the
You would get the following output:
That way you will be able to quickly tell which container exactly is consuming the most disk space.
In case that you need to clear some space, I would recommend checking out this tutorial here on how to remove Docker Images, Containers and Volumes:
Hope that this helps!
Try this: https://github.com/amerkurev/doku/
Doku - Docker disk usage dashboard
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The “docker system df” command displays the summary of the amount of disk space used by the docker daemon and “docker system df –v” gives the detailed view.
But we can only get the total file size of each container by using the given command;
We will be getting the following input: