Oops something went wrong - after creating a new connection - Duplicate key

  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: No
  • OS Version / Instance: Ubuntu (EC2)
  • Memory / Disk: you can use something like 1 Tb
  • Deployment: Docker
  • Airbyte Version: 0.40.18
  • Source name/version: postgres
  • Destination name/version: redshift
  • Step: Creating a connection
  • Description: I was creating a new connection (i’d just created and started 2 connections and they were sync’ing) I’d just clicked to save my new connection and I got
    Oops! Something went wrong…
    Unknown error occurred
    Then I couldn’t connect.
    The instance had been running fine (for months).
    Checking in EC2 it looks like my data load is possibly still in progress.
    I checked docker compose and the airbyte-proxy was down so I restarted that which gave me access to the UI, none of the pages at the top (Connections, sources, destinations) work I get the oops error.
    Looking at F12 I’m getting:
    401 on manifest.json
    500 on api/v1/web_backend/connections/list
    The console is saying
    Error: Internal Server Error: Duplicate key b91a81a3-e0fb-409a-9046-f3f435b60abb (attempted merging values io.airbyte.config.ActorCatalogFetchEvent@5ae826d4[id=,actorId=b91a81a3-e0fb-409a-9046-f3f435b60abb,actorCatalogId=45cf87c5-57a8-4a8c-8109-3f19ddc82131,configHash=,connectorVersion=,createdAt=1674721825] and io.airbyte.config.ActorCatalogFetchEvent@c7e3ac1[id=,actorId=b91a81a3-e0fb-409a-9046-f3f435b60abb,actorCatalogId=45cf87c5-57a8-4a8c-8109-3f19ddc82131,configHash=,connectorVersion=,createdAt=1674721825])
    at apiOverride.ts:107:9
    at d (regeneratorRuntime.js:86:17)
    at Generator._invoke (regeneratorRuntime.js:66:24)
    at Generator.next (regeneratorRuntime.js:117:21)
    at r (asyncToGenerator.js:3:20)
    at u (asyncToGenerator.js:25:9)

found this in slack which might be related

Which links to this in github
Actor Catalog Fetch Event Duplicate Key exception · Issue #21208 · airbytehq/airbyte (github.com)

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Can you upgrade to latest version Tonkas?