How to sync 300Gb, or set cursor value?

Hello)

I need to transfer 300gb from MSSQL to Postgree using incremental synchronization.
Estimated it will take ~100 hours((( the table is rebuilt every 24 hours and throws me out

  1. Is it possible to set the cursor value to select only fresh data?

I found such a request in the Airbyte database:

UPDATE state SET state = jsonb_set(state, '{state, streams, 0, cursor}', '"2022-01-25T00:00:00.000000Z"', false) WHERE connection_id = '592fd59f-2aa9-4852-9d2b-8d12e269faa1';

But I don’t have a connection if i run: select * from state. There are other connections.

Please add cursor setting to the interface)

  1. I tried to use Octavia, but I did not find the cursor setting there((

  2. I tried to upload csv to the database, and then I need to incremental synchronization the view of the table, where there is already a date condition. But airbyte deletes all old data when sync starts(((

Please help me find a solution)

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Hi Alex, if the sync fails it start the next one using the previous state? What version of Airbyte and the connectors are you using? Latest one of Postgres has the per stream state and should be more stable.