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ERROR: 'unicodeescape' codec can't decode bytes in position 7689-7690: truncated \uXXXX escape

When interrogating prior failed jobs from the command line, running st2 execution get stackstormId it produces this output. I am wondering if there is either a patch, upgrade or have my logs filled up my allowed space?

I am running st2 2.7.1, on Python 2.7 under a docker installation


Peter Gits

This sounds like a bug.
Please try latest st2 v2.9 version as there are a lot of fixes came in since 2.7.

If you still experience this issue after updating, please report a bug in including steps to reproduce it.

That’s a unicode decoding issue, not a disk space issue.

This is happening on the client? Or is the client reporting an error that happened on the server?

It is happening on the server when I use the st2 command.

Is the error appearing in your server logs?

Or does it appear in the same terminal where you are running st2?

Can you post the result of st2 --debug execution get stackstormId here?