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Tag specific sharding tests as being resource intensive

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      Leveraging the work done in SERVER-29367 to collect the resource utilization of individual tests, we're considering a sharding test to be "resource intensive" if its total io_write in bytes is more than 4 times the median total io_write of all sharding tests. The changes from SERVER-31470 will make it so these tests are run one at a time as part of the sharding*.yml test suites.

      • jstests/sharding/auth.js
      • jstests/sharding/auto_rebalance_parallel_replica_sets.js
      • jstests/sharding/autosplit_heuristics.js
      • jstests/sharding/bouncing_count.js
      • jstests/sharding/bulk_shard_insert.js
      • jstests/sharding/commands_that_write_accept_wc_configRS.js
      • jstests/sharding/commands_that_write_accept_wc_shards.js
      • jstests/sharding/delete_during_migrate.js
      • jstests/sharding/large_chunk.js
      • jstests/sharding/migrateBig_balancer.js
      • jstests/sharding/move_chunk_wc.js
      • jstests/sharding/read_pref.js
      • jstests/sharding/read_pref_cmd.js
      • jstests/sharding/recovering_slaveok.js
      • jstests/sharding/remove2.js
      • jstests/sharding/sharding_balance4.js
      • jstests/sharding/sharding_migrate_cursor1.js
      • jstests/sharding/sharding_rs1.js
      • jstests/sharding/stale_mongos_updates_and_removes.js
      • jstests/sharding/top_chunk_autosplit.js
      • jstests/sharding/zbigMapReduce.js

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              eddie.louie Eddie Louie
              Reporter:
              max.hirschhorn Max Hirschhorn
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