Purge werf images, stages, cache and other data of all projects on host machine.

The data include:

  • Old service tmp dirs, which werf creates during every build, publish, deploy and other commands.
  • Local cache:
    • Remote git clones cache.
    • Git worktree cache.
  • Shared context:
    • Mounts which persists between several builds (mounts from build_dir).

WARNING: Do not run this command during any other werf command is working on the host machine. This command is supposed to be run manually.

Syntax

werf host purge [options]

Options

      --docker-config='':
            Specify docker config directory path. Default $WERF_DOCKER_CONFIG or $DOCKER_CONFIG or  
            ~/.docker (in the order of priority)
      --dry-run=false:
            Indicate what the command would do without actually doing that
      --force=false:
            Remove containers that are based on deleting werf docker images
  -h, --help=false:
            help for purge
      --home-dir='':
            Use specified dir to store werf cache files and dirs (default $WERF_HOME or ~/.werf)
      --insecure-repo=false:
            Allow usage of insecure docker repos (default $WERF_INSECURE_REPO)
      --log-color-mode='auto':
            Set log color mode.
            Supported on, off and auto (based on the stdout's file descriptor referring to a        
            terminal) modes.
            Default $WERF_LOG_COLOR_MODE or auto mode.
      --log-pretty=true:
            Enable emojis, auto line wrapping and log process border (default $WERF_LOG_PRETTY or   
            true).
      --log-terminal-width=-1:
            Set log terminal width.
            Defaults to:
            * $WERF_LOG_TERMINAL_WIDTH
            * interactive terminal width or 140
      --tmp-dir='':
            Use specified dir to store tmp files and dirs (default $WERF_TMP_DIR or system tmp dir)