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Hello, I am desperately needing help connecting to Amazon Redshift server using an odbc driver. I have followed the "Configuring an ODBC connection" seen here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/redshift/latest/mgmt/configure-odbc-connection.html#obtain-odbc-url, but unable to figure out what's wrong with my setup. I have tried the code suggested by R like this: con <- DBI::dbConnect(odbc::odbc(), Driver = "/opt/amazon/redshift/lib/amazonredshiftodbc.dylib", Host = "rhealth-prod-4.cldcoxyrkflo.us-east-1.redshift.amazonaws.com", Schema = "dev", Port = 5439) I get the following error: Error: nanodbc/nanodbc.cpp:1118: 00000: [Amazon][ODBC] (11560) Unable to locate SQLGetPrivateProfileString function: [Amazon][DSI] An error occurred while attempting to retrieve the error message for key 'LibsLoadErr' with message parameters ['""'] and component ID 3: Message not found in file "/opt/amazon/redshift/ErrorMessages/en-US/ODBCMessages.xml" The odbc.ini and odbcinst.ini files are in my /User/ location so I shouldn't need to set environment variables, unless I am missing something, but here are my configuration files: odbc.ini: [ODBC Data Sources] Amazon_Redshift_dylib=Amazon Redshift DSN for macOS X [Amazon Redshift DSN for macOS X] Driver=/opt/amazon/redshift/lib/amazonredshiftodbc.dylib Host=rhealth-prod-4.cldcoxyrkflo.us-east-1.redshift.amazonaws.com Port=5439 Database=saf locale=en-US odbcinst.ini: [ODBC Drivers] Amazon_Redshift_dylib=Installed [Amazon_Redshift_dylib] Description=Amazon Redshift DSN for macOS X Driver=/opt/amazon/redshift/lib/amazonredshiftodbc.dylib Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
I'm trying to connect to a postgresql RDS database using Datagrip and the AWS Toolkit plugin with IAM Authentication. The instructions on the subject are confusing and inconsistent and it's very unclear to me what I'm doing wrong. Here's what I did: - enabled IAM Auth on the RDS instance. - installed the AWS Toolkit and configured the access keys (I can access most services just fine, including viewing files on S3 through Datagrip. So that part is functional) - I created a policy that allows `rds-db:connect` action and assigned it to my user - I used the AWS explorer in Datagrip, selected the DB instance, clicked "connect with IAM auth" - when I run "test connection" I get this: ![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IM296IK1IDQpO-H-PlNflQ8A) The details that the toolkit inserts are correct as far as I can tell. I've been googling, and asking, and trying different things. Some places suggest creating a role to connect through an EC2 instance which I completely don't understand (why would I need a complete instance? Why wouldn't I just connect directly?) It's very confusing, incredibly frustrating and I'm stumped. What am I missing?
We are planning on exploring MyRocks database engine of MySQL. I am aware that AWS RDS MariaDB supports it but haven't found any article if it's not supported by Aurora MySQL Compatible. Is this available and will it be available in the future? Thanks!
Hi I have added an additional table to schema.graphql and run amplify publish. The table has been created but I am not seeing new methods in the mutations.js/queries.js/subscriptions.js files to reflect the new table. This is a vue js app. Is there any other command I need to run to update the local sources? Thanks
Hi, I have a customer who wants to store time series data (industrial IoT) in Redshift. Then query/push that data to IoT SiteWise for equipment monitoring. My initial thought is - IoT SiteWise is already a time series data store with Hot & Cold Tiers, so it does not make sense to use Redshift as a data store. Instead they should use Redshift downstream of SiteWise. What do you folks think? Also, would appreciate some reasons for why Redshift is a good or bad candidate in this case. Thanks!
We have made a new RDS Database and we have a public DNS record of it to connect. How can I find its private IP to connect from within the AWS network in same zone.
I've been leveraging the pg_cron extension to run scheduled precompute jobs within the Postgres DB for over a year now, and have never had this issue. This extension comes with a table that logs the jobs that need to be run, as well as a function that allows you to easily create new jobs and insert them into the table. Today, when trying to schedule a new cron job in the Postgres DB, the DB crashed - terminating all existing connection to the DB. We haven't changed anything in the DB since yesterday, so it is confusing as to why this extension may be related to the crash. I'm hoping someone can help provide some insight.
Is Postgres Serverless v2 instance good for production transactional system
How do we enable TLS in ORACLE_FDW. As I understand we need to create a wallet and ingest the server side certificate. But how do we do that? Is that even possible?
How can we change SQLNET.ENCRYPTION_CLIENT = Accepted to Requested in Oracle_FDW extension? Which parameter has to be changed?
We have a MariaDB RDS in version 10.5.x and instance type of r5.xlarge. I created a Blue/Green Deployment to upgrade both DB version and instance type to r6g.xlarge. It creates the master instance in Green Deployment and upgraded to the latest MariaDB version yet the Blue/Green Deployment stuck in Provisioning. Earily we have created a Blue/Green Deployment for another RDS and everything goes smooth with a very similar background. I have no idea on what should we do regarding it.
Hi, I have db.r5.xlarge(RDS MySQL 8.0.23) RDS instance, I would like to upgrade to 8.0.28 using inplace upgrade. I have tested the upgrade from 8.0.23 to 8.0.28 in development instance(db.t3.medium), and it takes about 10 minutes. I wonder is it disk-intensive on this upgrade, 'cause our development instance has rather small data size other than production environment. Thanks,