49812: kvserver: TestReplicateQueueDownReplicate r=andreimatei a=andreimatei This test was trying to upreplicate a range and then wait for the replication queue to downreplicate it. The test had rotted back when we switched the replication factor of system ranges from 3x to 5x; with 5x replication, the range started off as having 5 replicas so the upreplication step was unnecessary. Worse, the upreplication part was flaky, presumably because it was constantly racing with the replication queue trying to downreplicate the range (although I couldn't repro despite a lot of stress). Fixes #48284 Release note: None Co-authored-by: Andrei Matei <email@example.com>
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