Error loading image file. Insufficient alarm space

dishu3 注册会员
2023-02-27 14:41
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djttokyo 注册会员
2023-02-27 14:41

When you run docker load to import a Docker image, if you run out of space, Probably because your Docker daemon is running in a file system with less space.

The solution is as follows:

Delete some unwanted images and containers to free up disk space.

Moves Docker's data directory to a larger partition. For details, see Configure Docker Storage in the Docker documentation.

Increase the file system space. If your operating system uses a logical volume management system such as LVM or ZFS, you can expand the file system space by adding physical volumes. You may also want to consider moving Docker to a server with a larger file system.

Hopefully these methods will help you solve the problem.

TANJIAN662 注册会员
2023-02-27 14:41

Maybe your disk space is full and the image cannot be loaded. You can try to clean up some useless files or increase disk space.

If you are sure you have enough disk space, try using the following methods:

  • Run the command line window with administrator privileges.
  • Use the docker images command to view existing images and then delete some unwanted images to free up space.
  • copies the image file to another place with more disk space and then uses the docker load command to reload the image. The command is as follows:
docker load < /path/to/image/file

Where /path/to/image/file is the path of the image file.

  • If the above methods still do not solve the problem, try using the docker save command to save the existing image to a different location and reload it. Commands are as follows:
    docker save image-name > /path/to/image/file

    image-name indicates the image name, and /path/to/image/file indicates the path where the image is saved. Then use the docker load command to reload the image.

yt0316 注册会员
2023-02-27 14:41

Still no, import image in import can't, my image is too big 20g, give VM 100g

dangyanshou 注册会员
2023-02-27 14:41

There are many solutions to solve the space shortage, you can choose the corresponding solution according to your actual situation. For example:

  1. Consider deleting unnecessary files and folders to free up disk space;
  2. Enlarge the docker image and increase the disk space;
  3. Moves the image data to another storage space to free up space;
  4. Save the docker image as a tar package and run docker load --input object_segment_label_v1.tar to load the image;
  5. Increase the external disk space to realize docker space expansion.

Also, you can try saving the image to a larger container to avoid the problem of running out of disk space. You can use the docker commit command to save the container and use docker save --output object_segment_label_v1.tar to save it as a tar package, Then run docker load --input object_segment_label_v1.tar on another machine.

dhl7777 注册会员
2023-02-27 14:41

Train of thought:
First check whether space is insufficient,
If confirmed is insufficient, provide two thinking:
1, expansion; 2. Data transplantation, transfer to another large space

m18371315589 未验证用户
2023-02-27 14:41

If you run out of space, expand it, or delete something to make room. You can see where the root directory of docker is, and you can clear some space accordingly.
If it is of any help to you, please accept it.

lijian672 注册会员
2023-02-27 14:41

This error is usually caused by a lack of available disk space in the Docker container running environment. You can solve this problem by following these steps:

1 First, use the following command to check disk usage in the Docker environment:

docker system df

This command displays various disk usage in the Docker environment. Take care to check disk space usage to determine if you have used up the available space.

2 If your Docker environment is running low on disk space, consider cleaning up unused images, containers, and volumes to free up space. You can use the following command to clean this up:

docker system prune

This command cleans up unused images, containers, and volumes and frees disk space. Note that this command will permanently delete this content, so make sure you delete what you want.

3 If you still do not have enough disk space, consider increasing the disk space of your Docker environment or migrating to an environment with more disk space.

4 If the image file you need to load is large, you might also consider breaking it into smaller parts to make it easier to load and process.

Hope these steps help you resolve the problem.

diroya 注册会员
2023-02-27 14:41

This answer partially references GPT, GPT_Pro to solve the problem better.
Since docker load needs to load the specified image in the specified file system, So if you're running out of space and the load fails, try the following steps:

  1. First, check whether the current file system space is sufficient. You can use the df -h command to check the current file system usage. If the space is sufficient, you can skip to step 4.
  2. If the space in the current file system is insufficient, you can delete images, containers, and data volumes that are no longer used to free space in the file system. You can use the docker system prune command to clean up containers, data volumes, and other useless objects that are no longer used.
  3. If the free space is still not enough to load the image file, try repartitioning or adding a local mount directory to increase local storage capacity;
  4. Finally, try re-executing the docker load command to load the image file if local storage capacity is sufficient.
    If the answer is helpful, please accept it.
duck125 注册会员
2023-02-27 14:41

Failed to resize virtual disk with Docker Toolbox, Is it a virtual machine with the Docker Toolbox running?