MySQL Source Issue

  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: No
  • OS Version / Instance: EC2
  • Memory / Disk:
  • Deployment: Docker
  • Airbyte Version: 0.40.26
  • Source name/version: Aurora MySQL
  • Destination name/version: Snowflake
  • Step: creating the connection or a new source
  • Description: I had MySQL setup and it was running perfectly, I updated to newer Airbyte version and I am getting an error. How do I resolve this?

The connection tests failed.

Verification error(s) occurred for CHECK. Errors: [$.replication_method: should be valid to one and only one of schema, but more than one are valid: {“title”:“Standard”,“description”:“Standard replication requires no setup on the DB side but will not be able to represent deletions incrementally.”,“required”:[“method”],“properties”:{“method”:{“type”:“string”,“const”:“STANDARD”,“order”:0}}}{“title”:“Logical Replication (CDC)”,“description”:“CDC uses the Binlog to detect inserts, updates, and deletes. This needs to be configured on the source database itself.”,“required”:[“method”],“properties”:{“method”:{“type”:“string”,“const”:“CDC”,“order”:0},“initial_waiting_seconds”:{“type”:“integer”,“title”:“Initial Waiting Time in Seconds (Advanced)”,“description”:“The amount of time the connector will wait when it launches to determine if there is new data to sync or not. Defaults to 300 seconds. Valid range: 120 seconds to 1200 seconds. Read about <a href="MySQL | Airbyte Documentation”>initial waiting time.",“default”:300,“min”:120,“max”:1200,“order”:1},“server_time_zone”:{“type”:“string”,“title”:“Configured server timezone for the MySQL source (Advanced)”,“description”:“Enter the configured MySQL server timezone. This should only be done if the configured timezone in your MySQL instance does not conform to IANNA standard.”,“order”:2}}}, $.replication_method: string found, object expected]


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Hi @farhan-splashtop, could you please include your full logs and the connector versions? Thanks!

Hi Nataly,

Thanks for assisting. I attached server and scheduler logs.
Snowflake version: 0.4.41
MySQL version:1.0.18
scheduler-logs.txt (13.9 KB)
server-logs.txt (2.6 MB)

We don’t have binary logging enabled on our Aurora MySQL. But I don’t think that is necessary if we are not using CDC right?

@natalyjazzviolin Can you please look into it and assist?

@marcosmarxm @natalyjazzviolin Can you please assist?

Hi! Thank you so much for your patience on this! I have seen similar issues come up and giving more resources to the temporal pod resolved the issue. Could you please try that?

Thanks Nataly, Will try that

Hi @natalyjazzviolin Our Docker is on EC2 instance-ec2 type r6i.large, 16GB mem, 100GB disk. Our AWS team is sayin that is more than enough space. Can you elaborate on temporal node please.