Update the I/O MMU in bhyve when PCI devices are added and removed.
When the I/O MMU is active in bhyve, all PCI devices need valid entries
in the DMAR context tables. The I/O MMU code does a single enumeration
of the available PCI devices during initialization to add all existing
devices to a domain representing the host. The ppt(4) driver then moves
pass through devices in and out of domains for virtual machines as needed.
However, when new PCI devices were added at runtime either via SR-IOV or
HotPlug, the I/O MMU tables were not updated.
This change adds a new set of EVENTHANDLERS that are invoked when PCI
devices are added and deleted. The I/O MMU driver in bhyve installs
handlers for these events which it uses to add and remove devices to
the "host" domain.
Reviewed by: imp
Sponsored by: Chelsio Communications
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D7667