This ticket addresses adding new wtperf options for the workload many-dhandle-stress.wtperf created in
- Get a warning (or error, if configured to do so) if create/drop with wtperf's idle_table_cycle takes longer than configured.
- With the warning also output how long the create/drop took.
- (Stretch goal) Setup an experimental Jenkins perf job utilizing the number of warnings generated by the workload and an X number of worst times it took to create or drop tables.
- (Stretch goal) If it takes too long to create a lot of tables, upload a pre-built database to dotfiles, and download as needed.