- Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: No
- OS Version / Instance: Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS
- Deployment: Docker
- Airbyte Version: 0.40.06
- Source name/version: MongoDB 0.1.17
- Destination name/version: Google Bigquery 1.2.1
- Step: Creating new connection, and refreshing source schema on existing connections
When refreshing existing connections (that have not had issues for weeks), the screen is stuck on this screen with the message " Please wait a little bit more… We are fetching the schema of your data source. This should take less than a minute, but may take a few minutes on slow internet connections or data sources with a large amount of tables."
When creating a connector between mongoDB and bigquery I get the error “failed to fetch schema”
server-logs(4).txt (1.6 MB)
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I didn’t find any errors in your server logs. Do you mind track the API response in the network tab in your web browser?
Is this what you mean by “track the API response?”
There looks like there are two 504 errors when I create a new connection. The file name is “discover schema” where the error occurs
Yes, please check the Response tab.
the response says “upstream request timeout”
You must increase the timeout configured for your server.
Probably the connector is taking a long time to read all mongo collections.
My recommendation is try to limit the User access to only the necessary collections, and if you have large connections divide into multiple users.
We don’t use the nginx before the airbyte or you mean we edit the timeout configuration on airbyte/webapp of airbyte docker-compose and beside that, we also don’t use the nginx/proxy before mongodb. Please help us clarify about this
Yep, are you using a LB to access Airbyte?