Initial Syncs Run, Subsequent All Fail (GitHub and Jira)

  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: Yes
  • OS Version / Instance: Ubuntu
  • Memory / Disk: you can use something like 8Gb / 60GB
  • Deployment: Docker on EC2
  • Airbyte Version: What version are you using now? 0.36.9
  • Source name/version: GitHub & Jira (testing Zendesk Now) Latest
  • Destination name/version: Snowflake Latest
  • Step: Synce
  • Description: When I add a new source with everything set to overwrite full-refresh, it will run correclty the first time, but all subsequent runs fail. If I do any incremental runs on the GitHub connector, it will fail as well.

github_failed_json_validation.txt (314.0 KB)
jira_failed_second_run.txt (803.6 KB)

The only error I can see from the logs is that the worker fails.

Every single run, regardless of success shows “json validation failed”

Exakt same issue here, but for a slightly different setup.

Airbyte 0.38.1-alpha
Destination bigquery : 1.1.4
Source: MSSQL 0.3.21

These errors only happen to connections that are normalizing data to a tabular format.

Log from first successful run:
logs-17 (1).txt (714.5 KB)

Log from following unsucessful run. Please note that all seems to have gone well. It’s just the run status that says it failed.
logs-26.txt (746.6 KB)

I haven’t been able to figure anything out as to why. There’s plenty of disk space and memory - running on a t2.large as recommended in the setup guide. Not sure what else it could be.

Garret for the Jira problem please take a look in this issue:

For the Github connector the issue is:

(airbyte_cdk.sources.streams.http.exceptions.UserDefinedBackoffException: Request URL:, Response Code: 502, Response Text: { "message": "Server Error"})

Maybe it’s a transient error from Github server. Do you mind break the topic in two, one for Jira and other for Github?

Max Krog your issue is this one please follow discussion there.

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