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  2. HBASE-21424

Change flakies and nightlies so scheduled less often

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      Chris Thistlethwaite <christ@apache.org>
      9:09 AM (25 minutes ago)
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      Greetings!
      
      During the Jenkins outage yesterday I noticed a ton of builds from
      HBase-Flaky-Tests 
      https://builds.apache.org/view/H-L/view/HBase/job/HBase-Flaky-Tests/ in
      the queue. Turns out this runs a bunch of pipeline builds every hour
      which clogs up Jenkins, both for you and other projects. For example,
      branch-2.0 is currently queuing 3 builds, waiting on the 4th to finish,
      and it's also behind the HBase Nightly.
      
      That brings me to HBase Nightly 
      https://builds.apache.org/view/H-L/view/HBase/job/HBase%20Nightly/ it
      runs every 6 hours, which is a bit excessive for a nightly build which
      by definition should be once a day. Especially as it gets dangerously
      close to running into itself as builds currently around 4-5 hours of
      build time.
      
      I suggest something more like Flaky-Tests every 6 hours and the Nightly
      once a day. If you agree to these changes, feel free to update Jenkins.
      Otherwise, I'll update the jobs in the next few days if there is no
      response.
      
      Please add team@infra.apache.org and/or my address to any replies as
      we're not subbed to your dev list.
      
      Thank you,
      Chris T.
      

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