Failed status in Airbyte but file present and complete in GCS

  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: No

  • OS Version / Instance: Mac

  • Memory / Disk: 8 GB

  • Deployment: Are you using Docker or Kubernetes deployment? Docker

  • Airbyte Version: What version are you using now? 0.40.26

  • Source name/version: custom connector

  • Destination name/version: Google Cloud Storage (GCS)

  • Step: The issue is happening during sync, creating the connection or a new source? During Sync

  • Description: The issue is similar with this closed thread [File Source -> GCS desination] Connection showing failed on UI, but actually running successfully

  • The status is failed in airbyte but the files is present in the cloud bucket

  • The content of the file is complete upon comparing with the file that was transferred locally

  • The different errors says about required compression, csv, json and aws

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Error 2

Error 3

Here is the log file:
google_cloud_storage_log_file.txt (146.3 KB)

Appreciate all the help

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I was able to find a solution to this issue. The service account that was used in creating the HMAC key should have the Storage Object Admin permission.

Hey @EdGodalle! Thanks for your patience - I was out last week for the holidays and am catching up with messages now.

So glad to hear this got resolved!