Implement an approximation of Linux MADV_DONTNEED semantics.
Linux MADV_DONTNEED is not advisory: it has side effects for anonymous
memory, and some system software depends on that. In particular,
MADV_DONTNEED causes anonymous pages to be discarded. If the mapping is
a private mapping of a named object then subsequent faults are to
repopulate the range from that object, otherwise pages will be
zero-filled. For mappings of non-anonymous objects, Linux MADV_DONTNEED
can be implemented in the same way as our MADV_DONTNEED.
This implementation differs from Linux semantics in its handling of
private mappings, inherited through fork(), of non-anonymous objects.
After applying MADV_DONTNEED, subsequent faults will repopulate the
mapping from the parent object rather than the root of the shadow chain.