Make NVMe compatible with the original API
The original NVMe API used bit-fields to represent fields in data
structures defined by the specification (e.g. the op-code in the command
data structure). The implementation targeted x86_64 processors and
defined the bit fields for little endian dwords (i.e. 32 bits).
This approach does not work as-is for big endian architectures and was
changed to use a combination of bit shifts and masks to support PowerPC.
Unfortunately, this changed the NVMe API and forces #ifdef's based on
the OS revision level in user space code.
This change reverts to something that looks like the original API, but
it uses bytes instead of bit-fields inside the packed command structure.
As a bonus, this works as-is for both big and little endian CPU