flox wipe-history command¶
flox-wipe-history - delete builds of non-current versions of an environment
<general-options> ] wipe-history [
Environment generations are composed of: - a human editable description
(which can be modified with
flox-edit(1)) - a build
of that description, which includes all the binaries that are part of
wipe-history cleans up old builds of an environment, but it does not
delete the description of generations, so they can still be switched to
keeps the 10 most recent generations, and it only deletes generations
that have not been created or switched to for more than 90 days. In the
process, a garbage collection of the entirety of
Many flox commands wrap Nix commands of the same name, and will
correspondingly pass on options and arguments directly to the underlying
nix invocation. For more information on the options supported by
specific Nix commands please invoke
flox nix <command> help.
The following options are used specifically by
flox and must be
specified before the
Verbose mode. Invoke multiple times for increasing detail.
Debug mode. Invoke multiple times for increasing detail.
flox installation prefix / Nix store path. (flox internal use
Force execution in
flox-bash (flox internal use only.)
The following option is supported by environment commands:
Selects flox environment to be modified or used. If not provided then flox will fall back to using the default environment.