Revert "[sl4f] Disable 'trace via facade' test on NUC"

This reverts commit 9fef1cc810560b3c461b8205ee7458d44a6a44ea.

Reason for revert: didn't actually fix the builder. I suspect it only passed in CQ because the try builder unexpectedly sharded the tests differently from the CI builder, which I'll investigate separately.

Original change's description:
> [sl4f] Disable 'trace via facade' test on NUC
>
> This test's failure to properly clean up resources when it times out
> seems to be the underlying cause (or one of several underlying causes)
> of non-hermetic test ordering bugs seen described in
> https://fxbug.dev/73859.
>
> When this test times out, later test cases get stuck and the shard
> eventually times out, e.g.: https://ci.chromium.org/b/8850395944552814656
>
> Test: Running the internal terminal-x64-release-nuc_in_basic_envs
> builder (which is currently red) in CQ using "Choose Tryjobs":
> ci.chromium.org/b/8850141709014083216
>
> Exempt-From-Owner-Approval: emergency change to fix the tree
> Bug: 73859
> Change-Id: I75aa9fc03170625b82cc91ebc4ed23ddb4745903
> Reviewed-on: https://fuchsia-review.googlesource.com/c/fuchsia/+/514401
> Reviewed-by: Brian Hamrick <bhamrick@google.com>

TBR=mseaborn@google.com,bhamrick@google.com,olivernewman@google.com,yuanzhi@google.com

Change-Id: I3d14f249651fce5b33567e7efab0a6338f5884b5
No-Presubmit: true
No-Tree-Checks: true
No-Try: true
Bug: 73859
Reviewed-on: https://fuchsia-review.googlesource.com/c/fuchsia/+/514880
Reviewed-by: Oliver Newman <olivernewman@google.com>
Commit-Queue: Oliver Newman <olivernewman@google.com>
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