- Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: No
- OS Version / Instance: Ubuntu
- Memory / Disk: 32GB
- Deployment: Docker Swarm
- Airbyte Version: 0.45.25
- Source name/version: Microsoft SQL Server (MSSQL) ver. 0.4.26
- Destination name/version: MYSQL ver. 0.1.20
- Step: While setting up the connection (Set up connection)
- Description: I set up a MS SQL Server as Source (JTL Database) and a MYSQL as Destination (MYSQL 8.0.31) and tried to set these up as connection. As soon as a click on “Set up connection” i get the following error:
We use this MYSQL Service as destination for our Amazon Selling Partner data also, which works. (ASP → MYSQL)
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Hey @aschmidt, thanks for all the details! I know this could use better error logging and we’re working on it. Let me think on how best to debug this and I’ll get back to you!
I am also using JTL as a Source but SQL Server as the destination.
It’s working fine for me with SQL Server 2019.
Did you try to use a different destination?
Hey @Benjamin, thanks for your reply.
I tried SQL Server 2019 but i still get the “non-json response” error.
Did you used a docker-compose? And which version of Airbyte do you use?
I just checked my proxy logs and found this line:
*2251 client intended to send too large body: 1737214 bytes, client: 10.0.0.2,
server: , request: "POST /api/v1/web_backend/connections/create HTTP/1.1", host:
So i added “client_max_body_size 50M;” to my nginx.conf and restarted nginx manually.
But still the same error
Ok we needed to update to version 0.40.26 were this issue were fixed
Wonderful to hear that updating fixed this!