When Docker Desktop (Windows) launches, it's taking up very little memory:
However, it keeps growing and growing and growing, consuming everything and never letting go. For instance, just two days after that screenshot above, it looked this:
And it's not related to WSL because that is staying well within the bounds I have set:
I've searched through the boards on Docker and elsewhere, and it seems like this may have been an issue for years with no resolution, but I'm wondering if anyone else has an experience with this and some ideas that might help keep the memory leak down?
That said, if there is no solution, I'm totally fine with the idea of rebooting Docker Desktop on a daily schedule. However, I want to use a command line to do a natural exit so that all the containers can shut down properly. I'm well aware of how to force close Docker Desktop by killing the process, but I'd like to be a lot more gentle. Again, I wasn't able to figure out a way to do this from any of Docker's documentation or board responses, so I'm wondering if someone here might have some ideas?