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Fixed in 2018.1.X

Fixed in 2017.4.X, 2018.2.X



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Do Not Kill other gradle daemons when build completes



Do not kill other instances of gradle when a gradle build completes.

We build mutiple android projects on the same build machine. When we build two or more Android builds, the first Android build will send out a command to shutdown all other gradle builds running. We see the following from the closed builds:

Gradle build daemon has been stopped: stop command received

Comments (6)

  1. shubhamswaraj2021

    Aug 19, 2020 13:21

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  2. LostBoyRadPaisley

    Jan 07, 2020 22:44

    How can I toggle this setting via a build script? Or make sure this setting is saved for all my projects?

  3. daniel-hagstrom

    Nov 08, 2019 12:49

    Hey. I'm seeing this issue in several versions where as far as I can read the "Fixed in 20xx.x" says it should be fixed. I've gone over a couple of our projects in-house, and these are my results. The detection method I used was naive; I've looked for the "Stop Gradle daemons on exit" in Preferences->External Tools. If that option didn't exist, I treated that version as "not fixed" for this "table".

    Version, Fixed according to this ticket, Toggle exists in Preferences
    2017.3.1f1, No, No
    2017.4.18f1, Yes, No
    2017.4.26f1, Yes, No
    2018.3.7f1, Yes, No
    2018.3.8f1, Yes, No
    2018.4.0f1, Yes, Yes
    2018.4.11f1, Yes, Yes
    2018.4.8f1, Yes, Yes
    2019.2.2f1, Yes, Yes

  4. Petr777

    Sep 10, 2019 08:39

    Looks like unchecking "Stop Gradle daemons on exit" in "Preferences/External Tools" fixes this issue

  5. Petr777

    Sep 10, 2019 08:23

    Exists in 2018.4.4f1

  6. zach_peoplefun

    Aug 29, 2019 14:41

    Issue still exists in 2019.1.5f1

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