Check out the the new "prune" commands. Works great for all of you who actively play with new docker images.
docker system prune - removes all unused data
docker container prune - removes all stopped containers
docker image prune - removes all unused images
docker volume prune - removes all unused volumes
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More info on the blog.
Those are great features
And most important, `docker-compose` now supports deploying to swarm!
This is awesome! Especially the support for docker-compose files in swarm mode. Have been waiting some time for this. Now I can finally upgrade my swarm to swarm mode.
Very excited about the Compose Swarm stuff. Now I’ll have something to play with this weekend!
Still no LTS right?
Can someone explain why the depends_on: condition: service_healthy option is only available in docker-compose file format 2.1 and not version 3?! And the changelog says it won’t be supported. There must be a reason, but the docs don’t say why. Is that the default or something? Is there no way to tweak it in version 3?
Does kube have a feature like docker’s new “docker service logs”? That seems ultra handy.
Great. Simple but very time save (because always forget how to do this before). Docker have great UX
Nice! Looking forward to messing with this on AWS at the weekend.
Can it run on windows without molesting the existing virtual networking configuration? I had to stop running it after it destroyed my system the first time I tried it.
Janitor will do this too, correct?