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Couldn't kill $where op in features3.js on RHEL 32

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      http://buildlogs.mongodb.org/Nightly%20Linux%20RHEL%2032-bit/builds/497/test/sharding/features3.js

      assert.soon failed: function () {
          // Get all the current operations
          mine = getMine(true);  // SERVER-8794: print all operations
          // get curren tops, but only print out operations before we see a $where op has started
          // mine = getMine(curOpState == 0 && i > 20);
          i++;
          // Wait for the queries to start
          if (curOpState == 0 && mine.length > 0) {
              // queries started
              curOpState = 1;
              // kill all $where
              mine.forEach(function(z) {
                  printjson(db.getSisterDB("admin").killOp(z.opid));
              });
              killTime = new Date();
          }
          // Wait for killed queries to end
          else if (curOpState == 1 && mine.length == 0) {
              // Queries ended
              curOpState = 2;
              return true;
          }
      }, msg:Couldn't kill the $where operations.
      Error: Printing Stack Trace
          at printStackTrace (src/mongo/shell/utils.js:37:15)
          at doassert (src/mongo/shell/assert.js:6:5)
          at Function.assert.soon (src/mongo/shell/assert.js:110:60)
          at /data/buildslaves/Linux_RHEL_32bit_Nightly/mongo/jstests/sharding/features3.js:99:8

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