MFC r361112,r361117: sh: Fix double INTON with vfork
The shell maintains a count of the number of times SIGINT processing has
been disabled via INTOFF, so SIGINT processing resumes when all disables
have enabled again (INTON).
If an error occurs in a vfork() child, the processing of the error enables
SIGINT processing again, and the INTON in vforkexecshell() causes the count
to become negative.
As a result, a later INTOFF may not actually disable SIGINT processing. This
might cause memory corruption if a SIGINT arrives at an inopportune time.
Note that various places such as errors in non-special builtins
unconditionally reset the count to 0, so the problem might still not always