We have around 158 GiB in
/var/opt/gitlab/gitlab-rails/shared/registry/docker/registry/v2/blobs, that seems like rather much (especially if I’m right in how useless most of that is)
As far as I have found out, that is docker images from old builds, if that’s true, they’re not needed. (New builds can be made)
We have quite a few projects (currently around 2900), and I have no involvement in most of them, so I would really really prefer not having to visit each of them in them web interface to do anything, but I don’t mind using being the big bad admin that breaks the possibility to do something to old builds.
The only documentation I’ve found on this is:
gitlab-ctl registry-garbage-collect didn’t delete much but instead gave a lot of:
<group>/<project>/26-09-release: marking blob sha256:6e83b260b73b908ebabde46b72fc5790bf4f029b53acbbfe35da8ff8fba795ac <group>/<project>/26-09-release: marking blob sha256:e26b65fd1143ee4f9b7b6b958aeafdb996172d10b723f0bba24335a8f7ae692c
several hundred for some projects. How do I get rid of (most of) those?