Port aacraid driver to big-endian (BE) hosts.
The immediate goal of this change is to make it possible to use the
aacraid driver on PowerPC64 machines that have Adaptec Series 8 SAS
Adapters supported by this driver expect FIB contents in little-endian
(LE) byte order. All FIBs have a fixed header part as well as a data
part that depends on the command being issued to the controller.
In this way, on BE hosts, the FIB header and all FIB data structures
used in aacraid.c and aacraid_cam.c need to be converted to LE before
being sent to the adapter and converted to BE when coming from it.
The functions to convert each struct are on aacraid_be.c.
For little-endian (LE) targets, they are macros that expand
In some cases, when only a few fields of a large structure are used,
the fields are converted inline, by the code using them.