Docker (in Azure App Service) Running out of space

  • A docker container running jsReport is running out of sapce and the container is failing.

    Error in logfile

    2021-07-13T07: 37: 25.469Z ERROR - Container start failed for xxxx with System.AggregateException, One or more errors occurred. (Docker API responded with status code=InternalServerError, response= { "message": "OCI runtime create failed: container_linux.go:370: starting container process caused: process_linux.go:459: container init caused: rootfs_linux.go:59: mounting "/var/LWASFiles/Sites/xxxx/appsvctmp" to rootfs at "/mnt/data/docker/images/231072.231072/aufs/mnt/7c0065c198b3881806bb293ccee0ceef29b8b619bb47a7512f9b5485557811d5/appsvctmp" caused: mkdir /mnt/data/docker/images/231072.231072/aufs/mnt/7c0065c198b3881806bb293ccee0ceef29b8b619bb47a7512f9b5485557811d5/appsvctmp: no space left on device: unknown" }

    Problem started when I was updating to service where each dowload was about 200MB+. I could probably fix this by removing the service and create a new one OR up the service plan which adds more space.

    However I would think there must be a way to use docker commands to clean up some of these upgrade files. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

    We are running v2.1.0 currently in production and would like to upgrade to 2.8.0 (we have a license). Although I'm running into some problems running 2.8.0 and then tried upgrading from 2.2.0 and up and then ran into this problem.


    Here they recommend trying to restart the service.

    You may need to reach azure support for help if the restart won't help.

  • Thanks Jan, will try.

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