Worker Not Getting Started

  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: No
  • OS Version / Instance: Amazon Linux
  • Memory / Disk: 4Gb
  • Deployment: K8
  • Airbyte Version: 0.40.11
  • Source name/version: All
  • Destination name/version: Redshift with S3 Staging
  • Step: Worker Start up
  • Description:
    This is the main message we have at the top of each sync log:
    message=‘io.temporal.serviceclient.CheckedExceptionWrapper: java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException: java.lang.RuntimeException: io.airbyte.workers.exception.WorkerException: Running the launcher replication-orchestrator failed’, type=‘java.lang.RuntimeException’, nonRetryable=false

The error above comes regardless of connector. Here’s a few cherry picked errors from the attached log as well

  • errors: $.access_key_id: object found, string expected, $.secret_access_key: object found, string expected
  • The request signature we calculated does not match the signature you provided. Check your key and signing method. (Service: S3, Status Code: 403, Request ID: 17233C9B8CA0B1E7)

We are using the same S3 creds within the k8 deployment as we are within the connector. The credentials DO have blanket access to the bucket. We are able to generate objects in target bucket, and we do see all the logs getting generated into that bucket. Both source and destinations pass checks.

Airbyte Logs.txt (104.6 KB)

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Thanks @Dan_Siegel, for the post and welcome to the community.

Just as a first attempt at solving your issue, can you try upgrading your airbyte version to the latest? I’m guessing since this is affecting every connector, it’s an issue that we’ve either fixed since 0.40.11 or it’s an issue with deployment.

Let me know if it works.

No I bumped to .18. The worker is now unable to start. I am getting

2022-11-03 20:25:26 ERROR i.m.r.Micronaut(handleStartupException):338 - Error starting Micronaut server: Error instantiating bean of type [io.airbyte.workers.temporal.sync.ReplicationActivityImpl]

Path Taken: new ApplicationInitializer() → ApplicationInitializer.syncActivities → List.syncActivities([ReplicationActivity replicationActivity],NormalizationActivity normalizationActivity,DbtTransformationActivity dbtTransformationActivity,PersistStateActivity persistStateActivity,NormalizationSummaryCheckActivity normalizationSummaryCheckActivity,WebhookOperationActivity webhookOperationActivity) → new ReplicationActivityImpl([Optional containerOrchestratorConfig],ProcessFactory processFactory,SecretsHydrator secretsHydrator,Path workspaceRoot,WorkerEnvironment workerEnvironment,LogConfigs logConfigs,String airbyteVersion,FeatureFlags featureFlags,Integer serverPort,AirbyteConfigValidator airbyteConfigValidator,TemporalUtils temporalUtils,AirbyteApiClient airbyteApiClient,AirbyteMessageSerDeProvider serDeProvider,AirbyteMessageVersionedMigratorFactory migratorFactory)
io.micronaut.context.exceptions.BeanInstantiationException: Error instantiating bean of type [io.airbyte.workers.temporal.sync.ReplicationActivityImpl]

@sajarin I’m still getting json config errors. Any idea where this is coming from?
2022-11-14 12:55:46 INFO i.a.v.j.JsonSchemaValidator(test):71 - JSON schema validation failed.

errors: $.method: must be a constant value Standard

2022-11-14 12:56:01 ERROR i.a.c.ContainerOrchestratorApp(main):204 - Orchestrator failed…

java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: null

20220311182050_airbyte-worker-7c95999d7f-dggvh_d96a4b609ee94066b717d93013a624a7.txt (20.7 KB)

Are you still having issues here Dan?