Trino access is represented by many Python libraries among those are Dropbox/PyHive, trinodb/trino-python-client, PySpark, and PyJDBC. Mostly of libraries use Python DB-API interface to access Trino which uniforms commands.
trinodb/trino-python-client library is actively supported by Trino community and native to Trino. An alternative option to access Trino is described in Python Access to Trino Cluster with PyHive in article.
The sample is run with Python 3.8 in Windows with Starburst distribution.
1. Install Trino client library
With sudo access.
sudo pip3 install trino
Run as administrator.
pip install trino
Also, it's possible to install the library without elevated privileges in Linux and Windows.
pip3 install --user trino
2. Include requested libraries
3. Establish connection
Access to Trino cluster without password.
conn = trino.dbapi.connect(host='localhost', port=8080, catalog='system', schema='runtime')
Trino cluster is secured by password but skip SSL verification. This case might be used during development stage.
conn = trino.dbapi.connect(host='localhost', port=443, http_scheme='https', catalog='system', schema='runtime', auth=trino.auth.BasicAuthentication('<user name>', '<password>'), verify=False)
Trino cluster is secured by password.
Option #1. Follow instructions in Convert Java Keystore to PEM File Format article to create
trino.pemfile. The file contains Trino SSL public certificate converted from Java keystore file.
Option #2. Extract
trino.pemcertificate from Internet Browser. Follow Export TLS/SSL Server Certificate from Internet Browser article.
conn = trino.dbapi.connect(host='localhost', port=443, http_scheme='https', catalog='system', schema='runtime', auth=trino.auth.BasicAuthentication('<user name>', '<password>'), verify='trino.pem')
4. Create cursor
cur = conn.cursor()
5. Retrieve data
cur.execute('SELECT * FROM nodes') for row in cur.fetchall(): print(row)
To disable insecure warnings during https requests if
verify=False, add the code in
import urllib3 urllib3.disable_warnings()
In case of getting
ssl.SSLError: [SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed (_ssl.c:777) error, check your certificate expiration date. The date has to be valid.
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