amd64: Populate the KMSAN shadow maps and integrate with the VM
- During boot, allocate PDP pages for the shadow maps. The region above KERNBASE is currently not shadowed.
- Create a dummy shadow for the vm page array. For now, this array is not protected by the shadow map to help reduce kernel memory usage.
- Grow shadows when growing the kernel map.
- Increase the default kernel stack size when KMSAN is enabled. As with KASAN, sanitizer instrumentation appears to create stack frames large enough that the default value is not sufficient.
- Disable UMA's use of the direct map when KMSAN is configured. KMSAN cannot validate the direct map.
- Disable unmapped I/O when KMSAN configured.
- Lower the limit on paging buffers when KMSAN is configured. Each buffer has a static MAXPHYS-sized allocation of KVA, which in turn eats 2*MAXPHYS of space in the shadow map.
Reviewed by: alc, kib
Sponsored by: The FreeBSD Foundation
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D31295