Docker Compose problems


I have an Azure Functions App running dotnet 3.1. I am using docker compose and can get everything to act how I would expect when running the below commands:


docker-compose build

docker-compose up

The container is deployed and my functions execute as they should


However, when I set up a build configuration, JetBrains Rider does everything as it should, but as a last step in the build, it stops my container service. It looks like it just keeps appending docker-compose.override.yaml files


Here's the output of the last step:

Recreating myapp_functions_1 ...
'Compose: MyApp' has been deployed successfully.
/usr/local/bin/docker-compose -f /Users/me/dev/MyApp/MyApp/docker-compose.yaml -f /Users/me/Library/Caches/JetBrains/Rider2020.2/tmp/docker-compose.override.2.yml -f /Users/me/Library/Caches/JetBrains/Rider2020.2/tmp/docker-compose.override.8.yml -f /Users/me/Library/Caches/JetBrains/Rider2020.2/tmp/docker-compose.override.7.yml -f /Users/me/Library/Caches/JetBrains/Rider2020.2/tmp/docker-compose.override.3.yml stop functions

^ note the last step is to stop my service.

Why is rider doing this? Why does it work just fine with normal docker commands but not with jetbrains rider build config?




"Rider" is not in the available list of Topcis, so this is labeled under IntelliJ since it's a required field.


Rider support is available at . You are using the wrong resource.

You can also submit the bug directly at


That explains why rider wasn't in the list. You can close this and I'll move it over to the right area.


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