Configuring state storage to s3?

  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: No
  • OS Version / Instance: AWS EKS
  • Memory / Disk: 1TB
  • Deployment: Kubernetes
  • Airbyte Version: 0.40.2

I am trying to configure the state storage to push data to s3 instead of storing them on the local minio pod. I’ve tried doing something similar to configuring the custom s3 bucket where I set the STATE_STORAGE_MINIO_BUCKET_NAME to the same bucket name as my s3 logs and set STATE_STORAGE_MINIO_ENDPOINT to nothing. Additionally, I’ve also set MINIO_ACCESS_KEY to be the same as my AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID and MINIO_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY to match AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY.


When I deploy these changes, I notice that all my pods successfully runs except airbyte-cron and airbyte-worker which ends up in CrashLoopBackOff. I checked the logs of airbyte-cron and it errored for the following reason.

How do I go about sending all of the state storage to s3 for my kubernetes deployment?

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Bump to see if anybody has found a solution

Hey @taskrabbit, thanks for your patience! We are at an offsite this week; I am looking into this for you and hope to have some ideas for you early next week!

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Thanks for the help Nataly. Let me know if there’s anything you’ve discovered. Otherwise I’m thinking of adding a script that regularly wipes the “state” folder. Let me know if there are any issues with that.