Trino requires a 64-bit version of Java 17, with a minimum required version of 17.0. 3. Earlier major versions such as Java 8 or Java 11 do not work.
Make sure to install java and follow below steps in order to install trino :
1. Download the trino installer using below link
Once you download trino-server-418.tar.gz , upload into your server path
Trino needs a data directory for storing logs, etc. We recommend creating a data directory outside of the installation directory, which allows it to be easily preserved when upgrading Trino.
2. We have uploaded trin into below path
3. Create a data directory in the below path
4. Download etc folder and extract it then upload into below trino path
5. Open “node.properties” file and provide node-data-dir
6. In order to configure database we need to create a properties(the database which you want to configure) file and should keep in below path
Example 1 :
mongodb.properties connector.name=mongodb mongodb.connection-url=mongodb+srv://username:password@hostname mongodb.case-insensitive-name-matching=true mongodb.tls.enabled=true
connector.name=sqlserver connection-url=jdbc:sqlserver://=localhost:1433;databaseName=DBName;encrypt=false connection-user=provide database username connection-password=provide database password case-insensitive-name-matching=false
7. Starting the trino server
Connect server via putty and navigate to the path :
Run this command :
Note : To stop server use
While starting trino if you get any python related error , run this command in putty
sudo ln -s /usr/bin/python3 /usr/bin/python
and try again it will work.
With the above steps Trino will get installed, but we also need to ensure that it is added as a background service so that even if server restarts Trino service automatically restarts as well. In order to add that as a background service plz follow the below steps.
In order to run trino as background service we need to follow the following steps.
1. We first need to create the .service file in Linux here we have named our file as trino.service
2. We need to mention following command in the file
[Unit] Description=Trino Service After=network.target [Service] ExecStart=/usr/local/trino-server-418/bin/launcher start ExecStop=/usr/local/trino-server-418/bin/launcher stop Type=forking [Install] WantedBy=default.target
If you want to learn more about this command please follow this link
3. Now we need to copy this file to
4. To tell the system to read our service file we need to issue the following command
sudo systemctl deamon-reload
5. To Enable our service we need to run following command.
sudo systemctl enable service-name.service which is in our case
sudo systemctl enable trino.service
6. Now we need to run
service trino start this should start your trino without going into /usr/local/trino-server-418
7. We can verify if the service is enabled using following command
sudo systemctl is-enable trino.service
Please Note we need to reboot in order verify if this service got created successfully or not
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