Do you want to disconect from the process?!

When I debug programs and exit them, rerun them etc., PyCharm asks upon exit "Do you want to disconect from the process 'XYZ'?". The debugger doesn't run upon exit (I stopped the app before exiting PyCharm). Often I have to click Exit several times (seems to correspond to the count of reruns).

Can anyone shed some light on this? Are there debugger instaces running in parallel w/o my knowledge? Should I worry about interfering app instances? How can I avoid this completely. I'd expect a debugger to exit if I exit debugee.

Cheers
Paul

P.S.: Arch Linux, PyCharm 4.5.1 (Community Ed)
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How are you rerunning the program? Do you use the circular arrow in the Run window to restart, or do you run it from the menu?
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Not sure what you mean. I always press the bug icon, which starts my app as a debugee run by the debugger.
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Hi Paul,
When you see this message:  "Do you want to disconect from the process 'XYZ'?" it means that you have run or debug session launched. If you close this session using Ctrl + F4 or pressing "X" button on debugger/python console tab this message won't appear.
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