Ordinarily, during a superpage promotion or demotion within a pmap, the
pmap's lock ensures that other operations on the pmap don't observe the
old mapping being broken before the new mapping is established. However,
pmap_kextract() doesn't acquire the kernel pmap's lock, so it may observe
the broken mapping. And, if it does, it returns an incorrect result.
This revision implements a lock-free solution to this problem in
pmap_update_entry() and pmap_kextract() because pmap_kextract() can't
acquire the kernel pmap's lock.
Reported by: andrew, greg_unrelenting.technology
Reviewed by: andrew, markj
Tested by: greg_unrelenting.technology
X-MFC with: r350579
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D21169