How do I delete the build cache for a docker image?

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How do I clean up (delete) the cache mount when I want to trigger a fresh build?
Jul 3 in Docker by Jenny
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You could try this inorder to clean up the build cache:

docker builder prune --filter type=exec.cachemount

This command would delete the cache mount. Hope this helps!

answered Jul 3 by Sirajul
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