MFC r326070: zfs_write: fix problem with writes appearing to succeed when over quota
The problem happens when the writes have offsets and sizes aligned with
a filesystem's recordsize (maximum block size). In this scenario
dmu_tx_assign() would fail because of being over the quota, but the uio
would already be modified in the code path where we copy data from the
uio into a borrowed ARC buffer. That makes an appearance of a partial
write, so zfs_write() would return success and the uio would be modified
consistently with writing a single block.
That bug can result in a data loss because the writes over the quota
would appear to succeed while the actual data is being discarded.
This commit fixes the bug by ensuring that the uio is not changed until
after all error checks are done. To achieve that the code now uses
uiocopy() + uioskip() as in the original illumos design. We can do that
now that uiocopy() has been updated in r326067 to use