Copied from notes given on @gbentall 's observation of the same plants.
My early thoughts regarding the species at Pinnacles were based on an outdated checklist that failed to take D. abramsii into account. The inflorescence and leaf structure do look closer to D. lanceolata or D. abramsii than D. cymosa, but according to Jepson and The Plants of Monterey County, lanceolata's inflorescence is like an even spray with multiple branches from the same terminal point of the peduncle. D. abramsii ssp. setchelli (In Jepson) shows multiple branches coming from different spots of the peduncle which is what we see on these plants.
Unfortunately, reading Jepson, there are lots of features that are of the "may or may not have" variety as one works the Dudleya key, but there is nothing in the leaf shape or flower structure (pale yellow, non-jagged margin with obvious keel) that contradicts D. abramsii.
Additionally, all three Calflora records were in the same region of the park as this one, less than a kilometer away.