🧹 Cleaning up images from Kubernetes nodes
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Eraser: Cleaning up Images from Kubernetes Nodes

Eraser helps Kubernetes admins remove a list of non-running images from all Kubernetes nodes in a cluster.

Getting started

You can find a quick start guide in the Eraser documentation.


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How to file issues and get help

This project uses GitHub Issues to track bugs and feature requests. Please search the existing issues before filing new issues to avoid duplicates. For new issues, file your bug or feature request as a new Issue.

The Eraser maintainers will respond to the best of their abilities.

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Support for this project is limited to the resources listed above.


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