Put jail(2) under COMPAT_FREEBSD11. It has been the "old" way of creating
jails since FreeBSD 7.
Along with the system call, put the various security.jail.allow_foo and
security.jail.foo_allowed sysctls partly under COMPAT_FREEBSD11 (or
BURN_BRIDGES). These sysctls had two disparate uses: on the system side,
they were global permissions for jails created via jail(2) which lacked
fine-grained permission controls; inside a jail, they're read-only
descriptions of what the current jail is allowed to do. The first use
is obsolete along with jail(2), but keep them for the second-read-only use.
Differential Revision: D14791