Release 448-e STS (28 June 2024)#

Starburst Enterprise platform (SEP) 448-e is the follow up SEP release to 446-e. It includes all improvements from the following Trino releases:

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

Breaking changes#

  • SEP now requires JDK 22 to run.

  • Phoenix versions 5.1.x and earlier are no longer supported by the Phoenix connector.

  • Warp Speed custom warmup rules are no longer stored in an external RDBMS. Warmup rules are now saved in object storage in a location specified in In order to allow an existing warmup configuration to continue uninterrupted, you must export any existing rules from the external database and import them to object storage, then update your catalog configuration with the object store path.


  • Improved performance of Schema discovery with the Iceberg table format.

  • Reduce optimizer restrictions on setting a preferred timeout for Dynamic filtering.

  • Fixed a bug in schema discovery tables with similar names in different locations were not discovered properly.


Delta Lake connector#

  • Added support for reading from unmanaged Delta Lake tables in Unity catalog.

Hive connector#

  • Added the option to enable the Glue V2 REST interface by setting the hive.metastore catalog configuration property to glue-v2.

    • This configuration does not support and ignores the following configuration properties: hive.metastore-refresh-interval, hive.metastore-refresh-max-threads, hive.metastore-cache.cache-partitions, hive.metastore-cache.cache-missing, hive.metastore-cache.cache-missing-partitions, and hive.metastore-cache.cache-missing-stats.