Airbyte Upgrading issue - service "bootloader" didn't complete successfully: exit 255

We used Airbyte 0.39.5-alpha in AWS Amazon Linux 2 AMI (HVM) - Kernel 5.10, SSD Volume Type. i trying upgrade the Airbyte to latest version. i followed the Airbyte official document to upgrade. We facing issue while run docker compose up command. issue is service “bootloader” didn’t complete successfully: exit 255.

Referred link - Upgrading Airbyte | Airbyte Documentation

Logs attached here for both commands. docker compose up and docker compose up -d

Executed Commands list

  1. cd airbyte
  2. wget -N{.env,flags.yml,docker-compose.yaml}
  3. Installed docker compose v2 manually
  5. mkdir -p $DOCKER_CONFIG/cli-plugins
  6. curl -SL -o $DOCKER_CONFIG/cli-plugins/docker-compose
  7. chmod +x $DOCKER_CONFIG/cli-plugins/docker-compose
  8. docker compose version - Docker Compose version v2.16.0
  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: No
  • OS Version / Instance: Linux
  • Memory / Disk: you can use something like 4Gb / 60 GB
  • Deployment: Docker
  • Airbyte Version: 0.3.95
  • Source name/version:
  • Destination name/version:
  • Step:
  • Description:
    dockercompose-d-17-03-2023.txt (161.0 KB)
    dockercompose-17-03-2023.txt (4.0 KB)

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