ostree-prune − Search for unreachable objects
ostree prune [OPTIONS...]
This searches for unreachable objects in the current repository. If unreachable objects are found, the command delete them to free space. If the −−no−prune option is invoked, the command will just print unreachable objects and recommend deleting them.
Only display unreachable objects; don't delete.
Only compute reachability via refs.
Specify a COMMIT to delete.
All commits older than DATE will be pruned. The format of DATE is the same as that accepted by GNU date utility − for more information see info date.
Only traverse DEPTH (integer) parents for each commit (default: −1=infinite).
This option may currently only be used in combination with −−delete−commit. Previous versions of ostree silently accepted the option without that, and ignored it. However, there are desired use cases for pruning just static deltas (while retaining the commits), and it's likely at some point this option will be supported for use cases outside of just −−delete−commit.
Only traverse and delete commit objects. This leaves orphaned meta and content objects, which can be cleaned up with another prune invocation. One may want to use this option to cheaply delete multiple commits, and then clean up with a more expensive prune at the end.
$ ostree prune
No unreachable objects