Add a new bus method to fetch device-specific CPU sets.
bus_get_cpus() returns a specified set of CPUs for a device. It accepts
an enum for the second parameter that indicates the type of cpuset to
request. Currently two valus are supported:
- LOCAL_CPUS (on x86 this returns all the CPUs in the package closest to the device when NUMA is enabled)
- INTR_CPUS (like LOCAL_CPUS but only returns 1 SMT thread for each core)
For systems that do not support NUMA (or if it is not enabled in the kernel
config), LOCAL_CPUS fails with EINVAL. INTR_CPUS is mapped to 'all_cpus'
by default. The idea is that INTR_CPUS should always return a valid set.
The x86 nexus driver exposes the internal set of interrupt CPUs from the
the x86 interrupt code via INTR_CPUS.
The ACPI bus driver and PCI bridge drivers use _PXM to return a suitable
LOCAL_CPUS set when _PXM exists and NUMA is enabled. They also and the
global INTR_CPUS set from the nexus driver with the per-domain set from
_PXM to generate a local INTR_CPUS set for child devices.