Any test that doesn't really do anything in setup/teardown seems like a
good candidate for using tests.iters, which will be much faster.

For SolrCloud level tests beasting is becoming my first choice.

For a lot of the Lucene level code tests.iters makes a lot of sense so
it's too useful to remove.

Best,
Erick
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