Add a vop_stdioctl() that performs a trivial FIOSEEKDATA/FIOSEEKHOLE.
Without this patch, when an application performed lseek(SEEK_DATA/SEEK_HOLE)
on a file in a file system that does not have its own VOP_IOCTL(), the
lseek(2) fails with errno ENOTTY. This didn't seem appropriate, since
ENOTTY is not listed as an error return by either the lseek(2) man page
nor the POSIX draft for lseek(2).
A discussion on freebsd-current@ seemed to indicate that implementing
a trivial algorithm that returns the offset argument for FIOSEEKDATA and
returns the file's size for FIOSEEKHOLE was the preferred fix.
The Linux kernel appears to implement this trivial algorithm as well.
This patch adds a vop_stdioctl() that implements this trivial algorithm.
It returns errors consistent with vn_bmap_seekhole() and, as such, will
still return ENOTTY for non-regular files.
I have proposed a separate patch that maps errors not described by the
lseek(2) man page nor POSIX draft to EINVAL. This patch is under separate
Reviewed by: kib
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D21299