Release 446-e STS (5 June 2024)#

Starburst Enterprise platform (SEP) 446-e is the follow up SEP release to 443-e. It includes all improvements from the following Trino releases:

This release is a short term support (STS) release.

Breaking changes#

  • The following configuration properties and catalog configuration properties have been removed. These properties must be removed from all configurations or the cluster fails to start:

    • delta.max-initial-splits

    • delta.max-initial-split-size

    • legacy.materialized-view-grace-period

  • The PARTITION_COLUMN and PARTITION_VALUE arguments for the flush_metadata_cache procedure of the Hive connector have been renamed to PARTITION_COLUMNS and PARTITION_VALUES, respectively. The old argument names no longer work.

  • The BigQuery connector now enables Arrow serializaion by default, which requires a JVM configuration. You must either add --add-opens=java.base/java.nio=ALL-UNNAMED to your jvm.config or set the bigquery.arrow-serialization.enabled catalog configuration property to false in your BigQuery catalog configurations.


  • Released MaxCompute connector in general availability.

  • Improved how schema discovery handles directories containing _delta_log, marking them immediately as Delta tables.

  • Fixed an issue where schema discovery would skip unparsable JSON files from table definition.


Delta Lake connector#

Iceberg connector#

MongoDB connector#

Oracle connector#

  • Added retry in case of ORA-12847: retry parsing due to concurrent DDL operation error.

  • Added support for connection keep-alive.

Snowflake connector#

  • Fixed forced mapping of unsupported types.