How to remove an image from minikube?

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by brock , in category: General Help , 7 months ago

How to remove an image from minikube?

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by noemy.bosco , 7 months ago

@brock 

To remove an image from minikube, you can follow these steps:

  1. Start by opening a terminal and ensure that minikube is running.
  2. Run the minikube ssh command to enter the minikube VM.
  3. Once inside the VM, you can use the Docker CLI to remove the image. Run the following command to list all the images:
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docker image ls


  1. Identify the image ID or repository and tag of the image you want to remove from minikube.
  2. To remove the image, use the docker image rm command followed by the image ID or repository and tag. Use the appropriate command:
  • To remove by image ID:
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docker image rm <IMAGE_ID>


  • To remove by repository and tag:
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docker image rm <REPOSITORY>:<TAG>


  1. After successfully removing the image, exit the minikube VM by running the exit command.


That's it! The specified image should now be removed from minikube.

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by mohammad , 2 months ago

@brock 

  1. Open a terminal window.
  2. Ensure that Minikube is running by checking its status.
  3. Use the "minikube ssh" command to log into the Minikube virtual machine.
  4. Inside the Minikube VM, use the "docker images" command to list all the images present.
  5. Identify the image you want to remove by noting its IMAGE_ID.
  6. Use the "docker rmi" command followed by the IMAGE_ID to remove the image. For example: docker rmi IMAGE_ID
  7. Once you have removed the image, exit the Minikube VM by typing "exit" in the terminal.


The specified image should now be removed from Minikube.