rm

The rm command removes containers from the local machine.

Usage: turbo rm <options> <container>

<options> available:
  -a, --all                  Remove all containers on the local machine
     --format=VALUE         Use json format for output

Use the -a flag to remove all containers at one time. Note that this operation cannot be undone.

# Remove a single container by specifying the ID
> turbo rm f1ea9fe

Container f1ea9fefjdkaslfh324fdadfshjkl3cndkj3 has been removed

# Remove all containers on the local machine with the -a flag
> turbo rm -a

All containers have been removed

JSON output

When --format=json option was passed this command will provide output in JSON format. It will contain either an containers array with information about removed containers or an error object if command failed.

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