When using cached attributes, whether or not the data cache is enabled,
fusefs must update a file's atime whenever it reads from it, so long as
it wasn't mounted with -o noatime. Update it in-kernel, and flush it to
the server on close or during the next setattr operation.
The downside is that close() will now frequently trigger a FUSE_SETATTR
upcall. But if you care about performance, you should be using
-o noatime anyway.
MFC after: 2 weeks