Working on closing the question I just posted as a duplicate (Test Execution Slowness):
Anyone else experience a major slowdown in test execution? I have
approximately 300 test methods that I run daily. What used to take
40-60 minutes now takes 2-3 hours, and the slowness is also causing
inbound changesets to fail since some now exceed the time limit
allowed. I've run the "slow" tests in the sandbox and they run in well
under 60 seconds, so there's no issue with the test classes
Anyone else having this issue?
Short answer, yes, I'm in the exact same boat.
After waiting several days for a response on my ticket, I received a polite "f off" since I don't have upgraded support. I hope someone else is able to get this actually prioritized.
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