If you see the error, you can see that FS object being referenced is an
HDFS location which is not valid as you have an S3 filesystem as source of

I dont know what your intention is.   You are saying hive import from MYSQL
to S3.    Do you mean Sqoop import?  You just want the files to land on S3?
 Then you don't need the --hive-import and --hive-overwrite options.

To do hive import with hive from S3 file, you probably have to make the
warehouse dir to be on S3.

You can also create an external table in Hive after the data lands on S3

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