Github user avulanov commented on a diff in the pull request:
    --- Diff: 
sql/core/src/main/scala/org/apache/spark/sql/internal/SQLConf.scala ---
    @@ -757,7 +758,10 @@ private[sql] class SQLConf extends Serializable with 
CatalystConf with Logging {
       def variableSubstituteDepth: Int = getConf(VARIABLE_SUBSTITUTE_DEPTH)
    -  def warehousePath: String = new Path(getConf(WAREHOUSE_PATH)).toString
    +  def warehousePath: String = {
    +    val path = new Path(getConf(WAREHOUSE_PATH))
    +    FileSystem.get(path.toUri, new 
    --- End diff --
    `resolveURI` function does not process correctly some of the inputs (even 
some Linux paths). It contains a bug and should be fixed. The name itself is a 
bit misleading, because it processes `String` rather than `URI`, and is capable 
of resolving Paths. I propose to rename it to `resolvePath`, and rewrite it 
according to its documentation (below). Then we can use it to fix the initial 
issue. Does it sound reasonable to you?
       * Return a well-formed URI for the file described by a user input string.
       * If the supplied path does not contain a scheme, or is a relative path, 
it will be
       * converted into an absolute path with a file:// scheme.

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