Suddenly after two days some of the syncs are failing

  • is this your first time deploying Airbyte: No
  • OS Version / Instance: AWS EC2
  • Memory / Disk: 32Gb/50 GB
  • Deployment: Docker
  • Airbyte Version: 0.40.7
  • Airbyte Source name/version: MySQL(0.6.13)
  • Airbyte Destination name/version: BigQuery(1.2.1)
  • Source name/version: AWS Aurora MySQL Serverless v2 (Compatible with MySQL 8.0.23)
  • Destination name/version: Bigquery
  • Step: Create a connection from MySQL to BigQuery with Incremental | Deduped + History for tables and Full refresh | Overwrite for views. Replication method for source is: CDC
  • Description: Everything was OK and with 1-hour frequency MySQL was syncing to BigQuery and suddenly I see some of the connections failed. You can see the logs for the failed syncs below:

The first connection which has a failed sync:
logs-22447.txt (4.3 MB)

The second connection has a failed sync:
logs-22451.txt (6.1 MB)

The third connection has a failed sync for several hours:
Unfortunately, the size of the log is more than 8 MB and I cannot send a zip file on this forum, too.

You can see that for example for the third one it was syncing successfully and I don’t know what is happening suddenly.

Memory and Storage status right now:
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Hi @arashlayeghi, thanks for your patience - we are at an offsite this week and getting to things a bit slower. I will look into this and hope to have some thoughts for you early next week.

Another suddenly failed logs in version 0.40.9

04e3d7e6_b345_4aaf_8bbe_a89b52b3426b_logs_25928_txt.txt (5.3 MB)

Could you try pasting the json key into the Service Account field of the destination settings again? It might be getting skipped. Another option might be that too much data is being synced, how many tables are you syncing?

@natalyjazzviolin
When I reset the source and reset the data and sycn again the problem s vanished for some days and again occurs after a few days.

For example please see this error:


04e3d7e6_b345_4aaf_8bbe_a89b52b3426b_logs_27012_txt.txt (4.9 MB)

It’s totally weird that this sync suddenly failed after several hours of syncing.


04e3d7e6_b345_4aaf_8bbe_a89b52b3426b_logs_27403_txt.txt (28.5 KB)