setup_remote_docker is slow to spin up

One major cause of this is using Docker Layer Caching when your image has many layers, you're caching many images, or a combination of both. The more cached layers/images you have the longer it will take to start remote docker.

To mitigate this you can try reducing the number of layers in your image, or separate building images into multiple jobs using workflows.

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