Pulling Docker Images from Private Repository

My team has Airbyte deployed on an EC2 instance using docker compose. Our custom sources our developed locally (docker compose local Airbyte,) and are then pushed to a private ECR repository.

When will Airbyte try to pull an image from a repository? When adding a custom source I login to docker manually, then use the full repository URL for the image name and the specific tag as pushed to ECR. I only receive an error like “Internal Server Error: Spec job failed”. Then, I can pull the image manually and use the full name and tag again to successfully add the source.

So no problem adding a custom source, but it’s not clear when Airbyte might try to pull an image from a repository or if there’s some other required configuration. Tips?

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Hello @John_Hayes, thanks for your patience! Could you tell me more about your configuration - are both the CI environment (where you build your image) and your EC2 instance where your Airbyte instance is running authenticated? This should work