Deploy Kubernetes(EKS): Unable to launch airbyte using helm charts

  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: Yes
  • OS Version / Instance: Ubuntu 18… are some example remove it with yours
  • Memory / Disk: you can use something like 16Gb / 1 Tb
  • Deployment: Kubernetes
  • Airbyte Version: v0.40.6
  • Source name/version:
  • Destination name/version:
  • Step: The issue is happening while setting up airbyte using helm chart
  • Description:

Reason for failure : Error: INSTALLATION FAILED: failed pre-install: timed out waiting for the condition

Followed following steps to setup airbyte :

  1. Created namespace airbyte : kubectl create ns airbyte
  2. Build helm dependencies : helm dependency build --debug -n airbyte
  3. Install airbyte : helm install airbyte -n airbyte . --debug
    LOGS :
client.go:556: [debug] Add/Modify event for airbyte-airbyte-bootloader: ADDED
client.go:615: [debug] Pod airbyte-airbyte-bootloader pending
client.go:556: [debug] Add/Modify event for airbyte-airbyte-bootloader: MODIFIED
client.go:615: [debug] Pod airbyte-airbyte-bootloader pending
client.go:556: [debug] Add/Modify event for airbyte-airbyte-bootloader: MODIFIED
client.go:615: [debug] Pod airbyte-airbyte-bootloader pending
client.go:556: [debug] Add/Modify event for airbyte-airbyte-bootloader: MODIFIED
client.go:617: [debug] Pod airbyte-airbyte-bootloader running
client.go:556: [debug] Add/Modify event for airbyte-airbyte-bootloader: MODIFIED
client.go:617: [debug] Pod airbyte-airbyte-bootloader running
client.go:556: [debug] Add/Modify event for airbyte-airbyte-bootloader: MODIFIED
client.go:617: [debug] Pod airbyte-airbyte-bootloader running
Error: INSTALLATION FAILED: failed pre-install: timed out waiting for the condition
helm.go:88: [debug] failed pre-install: timed out waiting for the condition
INSTALLATION FAILED
main.newInstallCmd.func2
        helm.sh/helm/v3/cmd/helm/install.go:127
github.com/spf13/cobra.(*Command).execute
        github.com/spf13/cobra@v1.2.1/command.go:856
github.com/spf13/cobra.(*Command).ExecuteC
        github.com/spf13/cobra@v1.2.1/command.go:974
github.com/spf13/cobra.(*Command).Execute
        github.com/spf13/cobra@v1.2.1/command.go:902
main.main
        helm.sh/helm/v3/cmd/helm/helm.go:87
runtime.main
        runtime/proc.go:225
runtime.goexit
        runtime/asm_amd64.s:1371
  1. This leads to pod status :
kubectl get pods -n airbyte
NAME                             READY   STATUS     RESTARTS   AGE
airbyte-airbyte-bootloader       1/2     NotReady   0          27m
airbyte-db-5965d9c677-nwnb6      2/2     Running    1          28m
airbyte-minio-797fd9d6cf-5676p   2/2     Running    0          27m
kubectl describe pod -n airbyte airbyte-airbyte-bootloader

Events:
  Type     Reason     Age                From                                    Message
  ----     ------     ----               ----                                    -------
  Normal   Scheduled  32m                default-scheduler                       Successfully assigned airbyte/airbyte-airbyte-bootloader to ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal
  Normal   Pulling    32m                kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Pulling image "docker.io/istio/proxyv2:1.7.0"
  Normal   Pulled     32m                kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Successfully pulled image "docker.io/istio/proxyv2:1.7.0" in 109.488976ms
  Normal   Created    32m                kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Created container istio-validation
  Normal   Started    32m                kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Started container istio-validation
  Normal   Pulling    32m                kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Pulling image "airbyte/bootloader:0.40.5"
  Normal   Pulled     32m                kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Successfully pulled image "airbyte/bootloader:0.40.5" in 5.193570738s
  Normal   Created    32m                kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Created container airbyte-bootloader-container
  Normal   Started    32m                kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Started container airbyte-bootloader-container
  Normal   Pulling    32m                kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Pulling image "docker.io/istio/proxyv2:1.7.0"
  Normal   Pulled     32m                kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Successfully pulled image "docker.io/istio/proxyv2:1.7.0" in 112.645118ms
  Normal   Created    32m                kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Created container istio-proxy
  Normal   Started    32m                kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Started container istio-proxy
  Warning  Unhealthy  32m (x2 over 32m)  kubelet, ip-10-202-15-253.ec2.internal  Readiness probe failed: Get "http://192.168.16.120:15021/healthz/ready": dial tcp 192.168.16.120:15021: connect: connection refused

Bootloader container log snippet:

2022-09-21 07:58:26 INFO i.a.b.SecretMigrator(migrateSources):96 - Migrating Sources
2022-09-21 07:58:26 INFO i.a.b.SecretMigrator(migrateDestinations):120 - Migration Destinations
2022-09-21 07:58:26 INFO i.a.b.BootloaderApp(lambda$new$0):132 - Secrets successfully migrated.
2022-09-21 07:58:26 INFO i.a.b.BootloaderApp(lambda$new$0):135 - Loaded seed data..
2022-09-21 07:58:26 INFO i.a.b.BootloaderApp(load):177 - Finished running post load Execution.
2022-09-21 07:58:26 INFO i.a.b.BootloaderApp(load):179 - Finished bootstrapping Airbyte environment.
2022-09-21 07:58:26 INFO c.z.h.HikariDataSource(close):350 - HikariPool-1 - Shutdown initiated...

airbyte-db-container log when its crashed once:

kubectl logs -n airbyte -f airbyte-db-5965d9c677-nwnb6 -c airbyte-db-container --previous

/usr/local/bin/docker-entrypoint.sh: running /docker-entrypoint-initdb.d/000_init.sql
ALTER SYSTEM
CREATE DATABASE
You are now connected to database "airbyte" as user "airbyte".
2022-09-21 07:58:11.385 UTC [52] ERROR:  role "docker" does not exist
2022-09-21 07:58:11.385 UTC [52] STATEMENT:  GRANT ALL ON
	DATABASE airbyte TO docker;
psql:/docker-entrypoint-initdb.d/000_init.sql:12: ERROR:  role "docker" does not exist

Could someone advice what could be the issue here?
Thanks in advance.

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Team is working to improve the Helm Chart and for next week it will be unstable. Can you try latets version?