I am running airflow from a docker image called puckel/docker-airflow.
I synchronized my local dags folder with container airflow folder when I started the container using following docker command:
docker run -d -p 8080:8080 -v <local_path>:/usr/local/airflow/dags puckel/docker-airflow webserver
On my DAG I have a
PythonOperator that calls a function named
start_script, this function basically read and initialization files to extracts some information (for example passwords).
The function is as follows:
def start_script(): config_parser = configparser.RawConfigParser() config_parser.read("C:/dags/file.ini") pwd= config_parser.get("LOGS", "pwd")
When I run this function locally, the function is able to read the file and bring the password, unfortunatly when I run on docker with dags test command it returns the follow error:
configparser.NoSectionError: No section: 'LOGS'
What is the correct way to call for files in my local machine from a container?
I really think that when I run the function on container the function is not recognizing the path that config_parser should read.
Thanks for your time!
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