What does my warehouse error mean?


ERROR: Schema “XXX” does not exist. (SQLSTATE 3F000)

This is a permissioning issue. To learn how to set up proper permissions, you can check out our postgres and redshiftpermissioning guides.

ERROR: Cannot execute query because system is in resize mode (SQLSTATE 57014)

This error occurs when your cluster is currently resizing. The warehouse will continue on its scheduled run interval - once the resize is complete, we’ll load all data from the failed run.

ERROR: 1040 (SQLSTATE XX000)

This is a Redshift 500 - an internal server error. This is usually caused by having too many tables or too many columns. If you’re seeing this error, please visit our contact form to submit a request.

read tcp XXX.XX.XX.XXXX:XXXX-XXX.XX.XX.XXXX:XXXX: read: connection timed out

This is a networking error that typically arises when Redshift doesn’t close properly close the connection or gets rebooted.

If you see this error on consecutive syncs, contact us.

pq: role “XXX” is not permitted to log in

This is a permissioning issue. To learn how to set up proper permissions, you can check out our postgres and redshiftpermissioning guides.

pq: password authentication failed for user “XXX”;

This is a credential issue. To fix your credentials, head over to Warehouse > Settings > Connection.

dial tcp: lookup XXX-hostname on 10.50.0.2:53: no such host

This is a credential issue. To fix your credentials, head over to Warehouse > Settings > Connection.

dial tcp XX.XXX.XXX.XXX:XXXX: getsockopt: connection timed out / refused

This is a networking error. The connection times out because Redshift doesn’t close properly or gets rebooted.

If you see this error on consecutive syncs, contact us.

ERROR: syntax error at or near “ENCODE”; (SQLSTATE 42601)

This occurs when a Postgres database is incorrectly connected as Redshift. To resolve this, delete the warehouse and reconnect, using the Postgres setup option.

Error during deduping step for collectionXXX: EOF

This error is generally a network error when Redshift closes the connection. If the problem persists on multiple runs, contact us.

ERROR: permission denied for relation update (SQLSTATE 42501)

This is a permissioning issue. To learn how to set up proper permissions, you can check out our postgres and redshiftpermissioning guides.

EOF

This error is generally a network error when Redshift closes the connection. If the problem persists on multiple runs, contact us.


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