|Anaconda installation can get big
We can try going into the ‘pkgs’ directory and manually clean them up.
Or, we can go the easy way, by using the ‘conda clean’ command.
You can also run the command in dry-run mode to see what would get cleaned up,
conda clean –all –dry-run
Once you’re satisfied with what might be deleted, you can run the clean up,
conda clean –all
This will clean the index cache, lock files, tarballs, unused cache packages, and the source cache.
|Cleaning the tarballs
|Cleaning the tarballs #2
|Cleaning the packages
|Cleaning the packages #2
|Cleaning the source cache
Based on your usage, this would clean up from a couple of GBs to maybe 10+GB.
See the command in action,
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