Remove unused packages and caches.
usage: conda clean [-h] [-a] [-i] [-p] [-t] [-f] [-c [TEMPFILES ...]] [-l] [-d] [--json] [-q] [-v] [-y]
- -a, --all
Remove index cache, lock files, unused cache packages, tarballs, and logfiles.
- -i, --index-cache
Remove index cache.
- -p, --packages
Remove unused packages from writable package caches. WARNING: This does not check for packages installed using symlinks back to the package cache.
- -t, --tarballs
Remove cached package tarballs.
- -f, --force-pkgs-dirs
Remove all writable package caches. This option is not included with the --all flag. WARNING: This will break environments with packages installed using symlinks back to the package cache.
- -c, --tempfiles
Remove temporary files that could not be deleted earlier due to being in-use. The argument for the --tempfiles flag is a path (or list of paths) to the environment(s) where the tempfiles should be found and removed.
- -l, --logfiles
Remove log files.
Output, Prompt, and Flow Control Options
- -d, --dry-run
Only display what would have been done.
Report all output as json. Suitable for using conda programmatically.
- -q, --quiet
Do not display progress bar.
- -v, --verbose
Can be used multiple times. Once for INFO, twice for DEBUG, three times for TRACE.
- -y, --yes
Sets any confirmation values to 'yes' automatically. Users will not be asked to confirm any adding, deleting, backups, etc.
- conda commands available from other packages:
doctor - A subcommand that displays environment health report