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Hi Again Everybody, Is There A Way To Cache The Docker Containers Used By The Agents? As Far As I Understood Every Time It Spawns A New Container With A Shared Apt Cache (And Venv Cache If Configured)

Hi again everybody, is there a way to cache the docker containers used by the agents? as far as i understood every time it spawns a new container with a shared apt cache (and venv cache if configured)

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Hi TrickyFox41

is there a way to cache the docker containers used by the agents

You mean for the apt get install part? or the venv?
(the apt packages themselves are cached on the host machine)
for the venv I would recommend turning on cache here:

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