Python interpreter wiped out every time I re-start the IDE

Hello fellow pycharmers, 
since update 2022.2.3, I am experiencing an issue where every time I open my Pycharm, I lose all configurations for my interpreter.

I am using a remote interpreter with docker-compose. The problem is that every time I open Pycharm the interpreter gets all its configuration wiped out like in the image below:

As you can see the entry for the interpreter is saved but none of its configurations are saved. The docker-compose file is unselected and the environment variables section is empty. 
This is quite annoying as I need to set everything up again and again and again...

I am not sure if it is related but I am having another issue where any "go-to source" opens the cached file instead of the local file. (I will create another post for this and link it here)

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Hello, 

 

please upload your logs folder zipped from ***Help | Collect logs and Diagnostic Data***  to the FTP

https://uploads.jetbrains.com/ and please let me know the filename. 

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Hello Antonina,
here's the file name: 2022_10_25_tYPovkMNfKkV1HVe6PzRfZ

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Fernandoanaelcabral

 

Does it happen with this specific interpreter? I am wondering if you create a new interpreter will it happen too? 

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