Deploy failed with default values using helm to AWS EKS

  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: Yes
  • OS Version / Instance: AWS EKS
  • Memory / Disk: t3.large
  • Deployment: helm (terraform helm_release)
  • Airbyte Version: helm version: 0.43.24
  • Source name/version:
  • Destination name/version:
  • Step: creating the connection to database
  • Description: I am doing testing to deploy airbyte with default values to AWS EKS via helm chart by terraform (helm_release).
    default values: airbyte 0.45.8 · airbytehq/airbyte
    TF code:
    resource “helm_release” “cluster_airbyte” {
    name = “airbyte”
    repository = “Usage | helm-charts
    chart = “airbyte”
    version = var.helm_version
    lint = true
    namespace = var.namespace
    create_namespace = true
    force_update = true
    dependency_update = true
    values = [file(“values.yaml”)]
    timeout = 600
    deployment failed with error: ╷
    │ Error: failed pre-install: pod airbyte-airbyte-bootloader failed

pods status are:
airbyte-airbyte-bootloader 0/1 Error 0 7m3s
airbyte-db-0 0/1 Pending 0 7m5s
airbyte-minio-0 0/1 Pending 0 7m4s

Error message within pod airbyte-airbyte-bootloader :
ERROR i.a.d.c.DatabaseAvailabilityCheck(lambda$isDatabaseConnected$1):78 - Failed to verify database connection.

events message for airbyte-db and airbyte-minio are: running PreBind plugin “VolumeBinding”: binding volumes: timed out waiting for the condition

Please help to provide some suggestion about fixing.

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hi, issued got resolved from my end.
please close this ticket.