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Maxima has converted the integral to a contour integral around a keyhole contour (circle with a slit on the positive real axis). The denominator is a quartic with 4 complex (and messy) roots. Maxima is using residues to evaluate the integral.

If you wait long enough (and have enough memory), maxima does finally finish. (It took some hour or two). The result is too long to display, but if I bfloat the resullt, I get the expected numerical answer. (Which is a little surprising because there are some very large integers of 50+ digits or more in the result.)

Since this is a rational function, I tried an experiment with ratfnt trying to do the antiderivative first before trying the contour integral. This works, and doesn't cause the test suite to fail. Two tests do fail, but that is because the form of the answer has changed, not the value.