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How to delete all but the latest revision of Google cloud run container images?

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I am hosting my containerized application using Google cloud run. To save cost, I want to delete all but the active revisions of my application's Docker image.

I use a job of my GitLab pipeline to handle the credentials and settings using environment variables.

I can list my revisions like so:

gcloud run revisions list --region="$GCP_REGION"
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The latest revision of your application is the only one active. Exploiting that fact, we can delete all other revisions:

gcloud run revisions list --filter="status.conditions.type:Active AND status.conditions.status:'False'" --format='value(metadata.name)' | xargs -r -L1 gcloud run revisions delete --quiet

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