Pycharm 2019.3 updating skeletons of Docker on remote server every startup

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Pycharm 2019.3 updating skeletons of Docker on remote server every time Pycharm startup (a project configured with an interpreter on a Docker image)

Env:

- Ubuntu 18.04 (remote machine)

- Ubuntu 18.04 (local machine)

- Docker 19.03.5 (remote machine)

- Pycharm 2019.3 (local machine)

 

uploaded log on web form: 20191210_honghe_idea.log (321 kb) 

 

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Hi, do you have Docker daemon running on a separate from PyCharm host machine? How exactly did you configure it? Did you follow https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/PY-33489 instruction?

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Pavel Karateev Yes, I flow the link to configure Pycharm and Docker on remote machine.

My detail environment is:

- Ubuntu 18.04 (remote machine)

- Ubuntu 18.04 (local machine)

- Docker 19.03.5 (remote machine)

- Pycharm 2019.3 (local machine)

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Thank you, the current behavior is indeed strange, I will contact the responsible developer and discuss the issue with them. Will post an update here asap.

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Thank you for the feedback. We created the ticket in our issue tracker: PY-39880. Feel free to vote and follow it.

Here is the copy of the comment to the ticket that corresponds to the current state of affairs:

PyCharm checks if binary modules have been changed and do not download binaries that have not been changed.

However, PyCharm can do better. It can store the id of the Docker image between restarts and trigger the update process only if the id has been changed.

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