Here are some common Snowpipe issues and how to troubleshoot them:
- Snowpipe is not loading data: This can be caused by a number of factors, such as incorrect permissions, misconfigured stages, or errors in the data files. To troubleshoot this issue, you can check the Snowpipe logs and the PIPE_USAGE_HISTORY table.
- Snowpipe is loading data slowly: This can be caused by a number of factors, such as the size of the data files, the number of files being loaded, or the configuration of Snowpipe. To troubleshoot this issue, you can adjust the staging parallelism and ingestion parallelism settings.
- Snowpipe is loading data with errors: This can be caused by a number of factors, such as invalid data in the files, incorrect file formats, or errors in the SQL statements. To troubleshoot this issue, you can check the COPY_HISTORY table and the Snowpipe logs.
Here are some general troubleshooting steps that you can follow:
- Check the Snowpipe logs. The Snowpipe logs can provide valuable information about the errors that are occurring.
- Check the PIPE_USAGE_HISTORY table. The PIPE_USAGE_HISTORY table can provide information about the status of the Snowpipe, such as the number of files loaded, the number of errors, and the average load time.
- Adjust the Snowpipe configuration. You can adjust the staging parallelism and ingestion parallelism settings to improve the performance of Snowpipe.
- Contact Snowflake support. If you are unable to troubleshoot the issue, you can contact Snowflake support for assistance.