Full specs (see separate issue here MySQL 1.0.1 (GA) Source Normalization Failure)
Airbyte Version: 0.40.1
Source: MySQL (1.0.1)
Destination: Snowflake (0.4.38)
003203 (42601): Cannot drop column '_AIRBYTE_UNIQUE_KEY' which belongs to a clustering key
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Hey there, I’m trying to catch up on all the threads around these issues. Am I correct in my understanding that this issue is actively blocking you? Are you able to manually drop the tables and then reset/sync to get unblocked?
I have created a Github issue to track this: https://github.com/airbytehq/airbyte/issues/17655
Could you please attach complete logs from when this happened? Also, if v0.40.1 is not a typo, could you try with a newer version of Airbyte?
@sh4sh apologies but i cant afford to try this again as it was a nightmare to manually update the schema via the API (without having it overwritten each time i re-save the connector). its a huge production table and ive already wasted a bunch of time and money attempting to resync a bunch of times.
i would rather opt for reproducibility and establishing regression tests on airbyte’s end if possible. i dont think ive ever had an update of MySQL source without issues and feel like it’s lacking the breadth of regression/backward-compatible tests (but i appreciate I’m not fully versed in the backend of the mysql source code)
Understood. So sorry for your experience here Can you create a request to improve regression testing on the mysql source connector, so we can make sure it is tracked?
I’m not sure where else to go with this ticket for the moment, my understanding is that dropping the column in the warning
column '_AIRBYTE_UNIQUE_KEY' in the destination tables should unblock the sync, but you would likely need to reset/sync to get it going again. Is there anything I can look into for you here, or should we wait to see about improvements?
I’ve just tried this again on a clean connector
- I create a new connection.
- I sync one table
- I sync again to confirm CDC and its working correctly.
- I refresh schema and add another table
- I reset the connection and it correctly “resets” affected tables (it shouldn’t really do this as it hasn’t actually brought in the table yet) but positively, it doesn’t reset the existing table
- The reset fails
2022-10-21 04:59:55 - Additional Failure Information: 003203 (42601): Cannot drop column '_AIRBYTE_UNIQUE_KEY' which belongs to a clustering key