@girish thank you.
That worked for
docker volume prune. The other command (
docker image prune) did not actually clean anything up though, but the output of
docker system df stays with 66% reclaimable.
Any further ideas?
I have another question regardiing this. The following is the output of docker system df.
$ docker system df TYPE TOTAL ACTIVE SIZE RECLAIMABLE Images 34 16 9.857GB 6.508GB (66%) Containers 21 18 0B 0B Local Volumes 160 36 5.274GB 3.964GB (75%) Build Cache 0 0 0B 0B
As you can see, docker claims that a lot of storage is reclaimable.
Is it safe to run
docker volume prune and
docker image prune?
(...) The current wallabag is not yet compatible with the version of Postgres Cloudron > 3.2.3 ships. So reinstallation would not work. This is the reason we block the Cloudron update for instances which have wallabag installed.
It looks like making Wallabag support a newer version of Postgresql is literally a single-line patch.
Might it make sense to carry this as a custom patch for now and be done with it?