After parts of the locking fixes in r346595, syzkaller found
another one in udp_output(). This one is a race condition.
We do check on the laddr and lport without holding a lock in
order to determine whether we want a read or a write lock
(this is in the "sendto/sendmsg" cases where addr (sin) is given.
Instrumenting the kernel showed that after taking the lock, we
had bound to a local port from a parallel thread on the same socket.
If we find that case, unlock, and retry again. Taking the write
lock would not be a problem in first place (apart from killing some
parallelism). However the retry is needed as later on based on
similar condition checks we do acquire the pcbinfo lock and if the
conditions have changed, we might find ourselves with a lock
inconsistency, hence at the end of the function when trying to
unlock, hitting the KASSERT.
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