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Eric Gagnon

09/01/2021, 1:32 AM
I'm attempting to deploy locally using docker-compose. Due to filesystem restrictions I have to use host directories in a different directory instead of letting docker manage volumes. I intend to locate all volumes under /data/local-volumes/airbyte-docker. I thought I changed everything I needed to in .env and docker-compose up -d works as expected, but when I try to setup a source, I keep seeing an error: java.nio.file.NoSuchFileException: source_config.json Does anyone have an example .env for using host mounts like this?
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[DEPRECATED] Marcos Marx

09/01/2021, 7:54 PM
What version are you using @Eric Gagnon
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Eric Gagnon

09/01/2021, 8:25 PM
v0.29.13-alpha
Is there a minimal example of how to do this? all these ROOT, PARENT, MOUNT references are extremely confusing.
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[DEPRECATED] Marcos Marx

09/01/2021, 10:26 PM
You should be able to see the folder mapping in the .env file and docker-compose file. Maybe one volume you choose you dont have the right permission to write/read.
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Eric Gagnon

09/01/2021, 10:43 PM
I finally got it setup through trial and error. but I actually also changed docker-compose.yaml's volumes to use named volumes with local bind mounts. However, now I'm running into the same issue I had when trying it on kubernetes: setting up a connection causes it to constantly loop through source and destination tests/validations. It says they pass, then starts the tests again.
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[DEPRECATED] Marcos Marx

09/02/2021, 1:46 AM
Eric it's possible to check the Network tab in the browser to see if any request is not completing correctly? Also please share the server/scheduler logs
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