Docker image filling up ?


Big Dan T

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Hi,

 

I know, I know ! this is a question that gets asked a lot and is normally down to misconfigured docker settings.

 

This is what my current allocation is (looks like 13GB is used):-

 

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However when i look at the containers i have and how much space they are taking up the numbers dont add up !

 

 

Name                              Container     Writable          Log
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binhex-krusader                     1.92 GB      35.6 MB      52.2 kB
binhex-delugevpn                    1.60 GB       963 kB       370 kB
binhex-get-iplayer                  1.08 GB      1.55 MB      8.67 kB
lidarr                               771 MB       103 MB       205 kB
sonarr                               685 MB      58.4 MB      4.28 MB
Kitana                               531 MB      2.48 MB       889 kB
radarr                               424 MB       123 MB       274 kB
jackett                              373 MB       111 MB      62.3 kB
plex                                 368 MB       335 kB       232 kB
gaps                                 356 MB      2.78 MB      10.5 MB
bazarr                               351 MB      8.16 kB      4.52 kB
radarr4K                             304 MB         3 MB      38.0 kB
QDirStat                             251 MB      23.7 kB      94.3 kB
tautulli                             207 MB       327 kB       343 kB
youtube-dl-server                    131 MB      13.4 MB       246 kB
heimdall                             126 MB      41.7 MB      9.86 kB
duckdns                             24.7 MB      9.02 kB       176 kB
 

Any insight would be great ??

 

 

docker ps -s shows this:-

 

NAMES                SIZE
binhex-get-iplayer   1.55MB (virtual 1.08GB)
binhex-krusader      35.6MB (virtual 1.92GB)
jackett              111MB (virtual 373MB)
radarr4K             3MB (virtual 304MB)
radarr               123MB (virtual 424MB)
plex                 335kB (virtual 368MB)
binhex-delugevpn     963kB (virtual 1.6GB)
tautulli             327kB (virtual 207MB)
lidarr               103MB (virtual 771MB)
heimdall             41.7MB (virtual 126MB)
sonarr               58.4MB (virtual 685MB)
bazarr               8.16kB (virtual 351MB)
duckdns              9.02kB (virtual 24.7MB)
gaps                 2.78MB (virtual 356MB)
QDirStat             23.7kB (virtual 251MB)
youtube-dl-server    13.4MB (virtual 131MB)
Kitana               2.48MB (virtual 531MB)

 

 

Cheers

 

D.

Edited by Big Dan T
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The 42% used isn't of 31.4Gb - which I'm guessing is what you're calculating to get to 13GB used (42% of 31.4 = 13)

 

The 31.4 is your usable RAM in your server (32GB).

 

By default, the docker img size is 20GB (you can check this in Settings -> Docker) and see what it's set to. If you're image is 42% full, then I'd say it's probably the default (20GB) at least based on the container sizes you pasted.

 

Cheers,

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On 11/8/2020 at 3:39 AM, Stokkes said:

The 42% used isn't of 31.4Gb - which I'm guessing is what you're calculating to get to 13GB used (42% of 31.4 = 13)

 

The 31.4 is your usable RAM in your server (32GB).

 

By default, the docker img size is 20GB (you can check this in Settings -> Docker) and see what it's set to. If you're image is 42% full, then I'd say it's probably the default (20GB) at least based on the container sizes you pasted.

 

Cheers,

Thanks @Stokkes - Any idea what a healthy Docker image size setting would be ?

 

I think I'm set at 30GBish.

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