If you see the following upon
astro airflow start:
$ astro airflow start Env file ".env" found. Loading... Sending build context to Docker daemon 11.78kB Step 1/1 : FROM astronomerinc/ap-airflow:0.7.5-2-1.9.0-onbuild manifest for astronomerinc/ap-airflow:0.7.5-2-1.9.0-onbuild not found Error: command 'docker build -t astronomer/airflow:latest failed: failed to execute cmd: exit status 1
This is unfortunately a known bug on our side, whereby running
astro airflow init will by default install a version of our CLI that’s incompatible with that docker image.
If you are using the latest version of the CLI (currently only for enterprise users), change the FROM line to:
If you are using Cloud, use: