Github user mallman commented on the issue:
    >> Hm, I haven't seen that with my test queries. Would adding your 
workaround to SparkILoopInit work?
    > It does not, unfortunately.
    I believe this impacts people with parquet files written from an older 
version of Spark using an older version of the parquet-mr libraries. We're 
using parquet-mr 1.7.0 in production. It's apparently not writing the "build" 
part of the version string that the 1.8.1 parquet reader is looking for.
    I'll work on fixing this, but unless I can get it done really quickly I 
probably won't make progress today. I just have too many things on my plate 
right now.

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