We have a hotfix for DataGrip 2019.2 and here’s what’s inside it:
– No more high memory usage, which led to total freezes.
This was actually connected with the new feature whereby system catalogs were stored inside DataGrip for better coding assistance. Now, if you have more than 10 databases inside one data source, automatic loading of system objects is switched off and a corresponding warning is displayed.
If you still need to have system objects in coding assistance without seeing them in the database explorer, select the lightning icon next to the schema name in the schema chooser.
– Fixed problems with failed startup on Linux.
Thanks for your patience!
The DataGrip team
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