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Alexandre Guitton

02/20/2023, 11:40 AM
Hello 👋 I've configure my compute_logs like this:
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compute_logs:
  module: dagster_aws.s3.compute_log_manager
  class: S3ComputeLogManager
  config:
    bucket: konpyutaika-dagster-staging
    prefix: dagster-logs
The logs are well stored in s3 for my run:
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❯ aws s3 ls <s3://konpyutaika-dagster-staging/dagster-logs/storage/0791bf89-ff65-433c-8011-f2685a46da99/compute_logs/>
2023-02-20 12:18:47      19818 koygczmb.err
2023-02-20 12:18:47      82842 koygczmb.out
But I have nothing when I go into the UI... Am I missing something (I'm using
K8sRunLauncher
and k8s_job_executor):
Does anyone have any thoughts on this 😕? I really don't understand what I'm missing 🥲
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prha

02/22/2023, 10:32 PM
Couple things to check: 1. Can you confirm that the config in dagit matches what you have up top? (it’s clear that your k8s workers already have the compute log manager configured correctly since the logs are available in S3). 2. At the very bottom of the panel, is there a path visible (e.g.
s3://…
) 3. Is there a download link button on the top right of the log panel? 4. Can you confirm that you’re seeing ‘No log file available’ for both stdout and stderr? 5. In the structured event log, what do you see for
CAPTURED_LOG
event types? 6. Can you confirm what version of dagster you’re running?
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Alexandre Guitton

02/23/2023, 8:15 AM
1 - Yes (check the image above) 2 - No, I don't have anything (I noticed that when I use local storage, I have the local path). 3 - No 😕 4 - Yes, I confirm that it is for both 5 - I don't have
CAPTURED_LOG
, but I have
LOGS_CAPTURED
, I put the screen below ! 6 - I use version
1.1.19