skopeo-delete - Man Page

Mark the image-name for later deletion by the registry's garbage collector.

Synopsis

skopeo delete image-name

Mark image-name for deletion.  To release the allocated disk space, you must login to the container registry server and execute the container registry garbage collector. E.g.,

/usr/bin/registry garbage-collect /etc/docker-distribution/registry/config.yml

Note: sometimes the config.yml is stored in /etc/docker/registry/config.yml

If you are running the container registry inside of a container you would execute something like:

$ docker exec -it registry /usr/bin/registry garbage-collect /etc/docker-distribution/registry/config.yml

--authfile path

Path of the authentication file. Default is ${XDG_RUNTIME_DIR}/containers/auth.json, which is set using skopeo login.
 If the authorization state is not found there, $HOME/.docker/config.json is checked, which is set using docker login.

--creds username[:password] for accessing the registry.

--cert-dir path Use certificates at path (*.crt, *.cert, *.key) to connect to the registry.

--tls-verify bool-value Require HTTPS and verify certificates when talking to container registries (defaults to true).

--no-creds bool-value Access the registry anonymously.

Additionally, the registry must allow deletions by setting REGISTRY_STORAGE_DELETE_ENABLED=true for the registry daemon.

--registry-token Bearer token for accessing the registry.

Examples

Mark image example/pause for deletion from the registry.example.com registry:

$ skopeo delete --force docker://registry.example.com/example/pause:latest

See above for additional details on using the command delete.

See Also

skopeo(1), skopeo-login(1), docker-login(1), containers-auth.json(5)

Authors

Antonio Murdaca runcom@redhat.com ⟨mailto:runcom@redhat.com⟩, Miloslav Trmac mitr@redhat.com ⟨mailto:mitr@redhat.com⟩, Jhon Honce jhonce@redhat.com ⟨mailto:jhonce@redhat.com⟩

Referenced By

skopeo(1).