[Bug 204340] [panic] nfsd, em, msix, fatal trap 9

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Author: rmacklem
Date: Sat Nov 21 23:55:46 UTC 2015
New revision: 291150
URL: https://svnweb.freebsd.org/changeset/base/291150

  When the nfsd threads are terminated, the NFSv4 server state
  (opens, locks, etc) is retained, which I believe is correct behaviour.
  However, for NFSv4.1, the server also retained a reference to the xprt
  (RPC transport socket structure) for the backchannel. This caused
  svcpool_destroy() to not call SVC_DESTROY() for the xprt and allowed
  a socket upcall to occur after the mutexes in the svcpool were destroyed,
  causing a crash.
  This patch fixes the code so that the backchannel xprt structure is
  dereferenced just before svcpool_destroy() is called, so the code
  does do an SVC_DESTROY() on the xprt, which shuts down the socket upcall.

  Tested by:    g_amanakis at yahoo.com
  PR:        204340
  MFC after:    2 weeks


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