Manager ran docker prune on a server that had run out of drive space. One of our internal sites/automation tools was running on said server in docker. Fortunately the only persistent info that was wiped is user/passwords, we don't even bother backing it up, but a bit of tedious admin this morning...

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    Docker prune doesn't wipe data. Only when you add --volumes or something like that
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    @KDSBest they don’t have a backup, so they only have the manager’s word on what he ran (which, even if they did it probably wouldn’t be that fast, but you could validate some of the assertions)
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