Github user ericl commented on the issue:
    MiMa is supposed to detect binary incompatible changes. Looking at the 
console output though, it seems like MiMa just crashed.
    Running `./dev/mima` locally worked though, so maybe it was some transient 
jenkins issue.
    Btw, I noticed that this suite was failing in jenkins only.
    [info] - partitioned pruned table reports only selected files *** FAILED 
*** (610 milliseconds)
 had length 5 instead of expected length 2 (HiveDataFrameSuite.scala:60)
    That's pretty weird, so I'll look into that (having acquired ssh access to 

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