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Matthew Karas

06/30/2022, 4:46 PM
Hello - I am trying to run "dagster job execute" a job created by a graph. And it fails - showing a few rows like this.
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2022-06-30 16:13:36 +0000 - dagster - ERROR - <GRAPHNAME> - d701d0ee-fec7-45ee-8dcc-1467e6ad869b - <DEPENDENT OP> - Dependencies for step <DEPENDENT OP> failed: ['<OP DEPENDED UPON>']. Not executing.
And there are a few more of these. But the problem is that "Dagster job execute" doesn't output why <OP DEPENDED UPON> fails. There are no exceptions logged - nor any log messages I've dropped into the graph's ops. I've tried looking in ~/.dagster/logs/event.log - nothing in there. I'm stuck.
Can't use print, nor raise my log levels to error - not a thing outputs to the docker-compose output I'm running this command in - only the logs mentioned above.
The log messages pop up when I write a python program that does "execute_in_process"
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chris

06/30/2022, 7:07 PM
hmm. What's the error message you get when you run with
execute_in_process
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Matthew Karas

07/01/2022, 10:58 AM
To make it easier for me to debug I put an assert 1==0 right at the beginning of <OP DEPENDED UPON>
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chris

07/01/2022, 11:52 PM
is the actual error being thrown a framework error?
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