- Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: Yes
- OS Version / Instance: Ubuntu, onWindows
- Memory / Disk: you can use something like 8Gb / 1 TB
- Deployment: Docker
- Airbyte Version: What version are you using now
- Source name/version: ?
- Destination name/version: ?
- Step: The issue is happening during sync, creating the connection or a new source?
I follow through that using the Open Source option in this tutorial: Deploy Airbyte | Airbyte Documentation
On the docker-compose up command, I get a loop/error and I have attached a log of the error before I kill the process.
So this is where I’m stuck
I think the
airbyte-temporal service is not able to start properly. Other service depend on temporal and are trying to connect to it, which is leading to the loop error you have in your logs.
Could you please try to run
docker-compose up airbyte-temporal and share the logs of this container?
@alafanechere Thank you for your help. Here’s the log for the command. It seems to be giving errors: https://file.io/MysiEki1yF74
Thanks! I think it’s another dependency problem: temporal needs to access the airbyte database and it looks unreachable:
airbyte-temporal | Waiting for PostgreSQL to startup.airbyte-temporal | + echo 'Waiting for PostgreSQL to startup.'airbyte-temporal | + sleep 1airbyte-temporal | + nc -z db 5432airbyte-temporal | nc: bad address 'db'
Could you repeat the same operation (getting the logs) but for the
Do you mind sharing how I can retrieve the logs for the db service?
docker-compose logs db
This is really not the logs we expect from the database.
Could you share the logs when you run
docker-compose down and then only
docker-compose up db ?