Hello forum members,
I hope you are all doing well. I have a concern regarding our Docker setup on a CentOS Linux server, and I’m looking for some guidance on how to manage the disk space effectively.
Here’s the issue we are facing: Initially, our Docker installation didn’t consume much space, but as we began building images and performing other tasks, our available disk space has significantly decreased from 120GB to 96GB, and it’s continuing to decrease (currently at 44GB). I’m aware that our image size is 2.5GB, but I’m curious about what other factors contribute to this disk space usage and how we can address it.
I should note that we have already removed our dangling images to free up some space, but the issue persists. Any insights or recommendations on optimizing Docker’s disk space usage in this CentOS environment would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help!