- Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: Yes
- OS Version / Instance: Amazon Linux - EC2 t2.large
- Memory / Disk: 8Gb / 30Gb
- Deployment: Docker
- Airbyte Version: 0.40.6
- Source name/version: MySQL - 0.6.11
- Destination name/version: S3 - 0.3.15
- Step: Issue happens during sync
Error occurs during sync:
Table rows count: 42m
AirByte works perfectly for smaller tables, but for big tables, it may suddenly fail. It is hard to understand what could be possibly happening, since sometimes it fails after synching 1M rows, and sometimes after 40M rows (or any other random amount).
I’m investigating what could be the problem, I’m inclined to think that it is probably something related to a MySQL configuration of our RDS, but not sure.
Could it be related to something causing the connection between AirByte and the MySQL to break, and it being unable to maintain it?
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Sorry the long delay here Felipe. Team was in the offsite and returned this week. Do you mind sharing the complete log? It continually occurring the issue?