I have a custom certificate that I want to install to access a TSL-enabled mongodb instance. After hours of analysis, I figured out the certificate needs to be installed in the connector image, in this case,
I would like to bash into this image -
airbyte/source-mongodb-v2:0.1.19, install the certificate, create a new image from it and make it the dev version, and see if my connection works when I run Airbyte in dev mode.
I can see the image here:
$ docker image ls | grep mongodb
airbyte/source-mongodb-v2 0.1.19 b2ca73587727 4 months ago 508MB
airbyte/source-mongodb-v2 latest b2ca73587727 4 months ago 508MB
Simple commands such as these don’t work. What am I missing?
$ docker container run -it airbyte/source-mongodb-v2:0.1.19 bash
Unknown command: bash
$ docker container run -it airbyte/source-mongodb-v2:0.1.19 /bin/bash
Unknown command: C:/Program Files/Git/usr/bin/bash
$ docker container run -it airbyte/source-mongodb-v2:0.1.19 bin/bash
Unknown command: bin/bash
$ docker container run -it airbyte/source-mongodb-v2:0.1.19 bin/sh
Unknown command: bin/sh
Are the connectors designed such that we can’t bash into it? I have spent 2 days trying to build the whole app following instructions from here, but I have been running into one issue after another (I’ll share another thread with all the errors if all else fails). If bashing into container doesn’t work, what other options do I have to test this?
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