The minidump code is written assuming that certain global state will not
change, and rightly so, since it executes from a kernel debugger
context. In order to support taking minidumps of a live system, we
should allow copies of relevant global state that is likely to change to
be passed as parameters to the minidumpsys() function.
This patch does the work of parameterizing this function, by adding a
struct minidumpstate argument. For now, this struct allows for copies of
the kernel message buffer, and the bitset that tracks which pages should
be dumped (vm_page_dump). Follow-up changes will actually make use of
Notably, dump_avail does not need a snapshot, since it is not expected
to change after system initialization.
The existing minidumpsys() definitions are renamed, and a thin MI
wrapper is added to kern_dump.c, which handles the construction of
the state struct. Thus, calling minidumpsys() remains as simple as