Docker build in pipelines doesn't cache build process?

Is there a way to cache build process for docker build?

Now, everytime the build is started, it downloads the parent image again and build goes through every Dockerfile command all over again, so the build in whole stretches up to 6 minutes.

 

Docker engine is capable of caching images and build commands that weren't changed.

I couldn't find any documentation on docker cashing ( found the ones for npm for example ). Is there a support for this but it's not documented ?  Or, if not, is this somewhere in the Pipelines roadmap?

 

THanks a lot!

 

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Hey @Matija Svoren,

Not at this time; follow https://bitbucket.org/site/master/issues/14144/cache-docker-layers-between-builds to get updates as we implement this feature.

 

-Seb

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