This tutorial guides you on how to remove an image tag from the docker hub. Let’s say you have an image tagged with V0.1 and you wanted to build new one called V0.2 and remove the V0.1.
Remove an image tag from docker hub
If you don’t wanted user to pull older image anymore from docker hub because of some reasons, then you need to remove them permanently from the docker hub.
To remove an image tag let’s say V0.1 from docker hub you need to follow the below steps.
First, you should make sure that you have logged in to Docker Hub with your credentials.
1 : Click repositories link on the top menu or go to https://hub.docker.com/repositories
2: Go to the Tags tab.
3: Check the TAG reference name or version “v0.1” which you wanted to remove.
4: After that you can see “Delete” option in the Action dropdown menu. Then click “Delete”.
5: After clicking “Delete” you would see a Warning popup with message saying “Warning: deleting tags is irreversible.” and asking to confirm delete.
6: Click “Confirm Delete“.
That’s it. You have successfully deleted an image tag from the docker hub.
Hope it helped 🙂
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