fusefs: avoid cache corruption with buggy fuse servers
The FUSE protocol allows the client (kernel) to cache a file's size, if the
server (userspace daemon) allows it. A well-behaved daemon obviously should
not change a file's size while a client has it cached. But a buggy daemon
might. If the kernel ever detects that that has happened, then it should
invalidate the entire cache for that file. Previously, we would not only
cache stale data, but in the case of a file extension while we had the size
cached, we accidentally extended the cache with zeros.